about us

pulling back the curtain:

rfi was originally founded by Kyle Klooster when he found himself looking to make a difference and impact the way we look at improvement in both ourselves and the world around us.
Originally referenced back as a negative response when someone is needed to apply themselves when lack of inspiration proceeds, but turned into a craft that changed the way he viewed his surroundings.

rfi became a self-defining brand with a focus on designing and crafting the most comfortable essential for everyday wear with 3 key elements; Comfort, Quality, & Sustainability. The unique design, cut, and feel accented by a premium blend of eco-friendly materials would become the foundation to rfi's iconic essentials.

pulling back the curtain

rfi was originally founded by Kyle Klooster when he found himself looking to make a difference and impact the way we look at improvement in both ourselves and the world around us.
Originally referenced back as a negative response when someone is needed to apply themselves when lack of inspiration proceeds, but turned into a craft that changed the way he viewed his surroundings.

rfi became a self-defining brand with a focus on designing and crafting the most comfortable essential for everyday wear with 3 key elements; Comfort, Quality, & Sustainability. The unique design, cut, and feel accented by a premium blend of eco-friendly materials would become the foundation to rfi's iconic essentials.

"the concept of rfi is building sustainable goods with a focus on wearability, comfort, and timelessness. through uncompromising quality, fit, and Canadian craftsmanship. rfi introduces a new vision of eco-friendly modern design to North American luxury fashion."

With the fashion industry having the largest environmental footprint of any economic sector, and being a top contributor to the warming of our planet and the depletion of its resources rfi is focused on recreating an industry age method and focusing on 100% sustainability.
Fashion being one of the fastest growing sectors in the world, but with this growth comes a cost: according to recent estimates, it generates around 10% more greenhouse gas emissions than road transportation.
A sustainable future for the fashion industry will need to be grounded in both technological innovation and social change-efforts that will need to be driven by public policy in tandem with private-sector investment and creative leadership from all levels of society and this is where it all begins.

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"where comfort meets quality and the story of Canadian craftsmanship creating premium quality goods"

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