We at Fireside Pine believe in the healing power of nature. Whether you're hiking in the mountains, sitting around a campfire, or simply enjoying a walk around the park, we believe in the positive effects on both physical and mental health.
We hope that everyone gets to spend time in nature on a regular basis but we also know that our lives are busy. We strive to bring a reminder home to you. Our designs are inspired by the stunning landscapes and awe-inspiring natural wonders that surround us in the Pacific North West.
We want to provide the healing power of nature to those who have sacrificed for our freedom to enjoy all that our country has to offer.
We proudly donate a portion of all proceeds to support the mental health of our veterans.
Fireside Pine was founded by a husband and wife team who manage their family life and jobs while creating a socially responsible athleisure clothing company. They are pursuing their dream of supporting Veterans by helping them get into nature and establishing a clothing company of premium quality clothing made in the USA.
Eric was born and raised in Fairbanks, Alaska where he spent time in the woods and on the river enjoying nature and its beauty. Eric joined the US Army Reserves when he was 17 as a Medic and X-Ray technician. He served at Fort Sill, OK, Fort Sam-Houston, TX, Fort Jackson, SC, and Fort Wainwright, AK. Eric’s last unit was with the 1-518th regiment in NC before moving back to Alaska. Eric met Sam in Alaska a few years later when they worked for the same company. They got married and 8 years later moved to Boise, ID. Eric and Sam completely fell in love with Boise, the stunning nature, breathtaking views and the welcoming community they now belong to. They are so proud to call Idaho their home.
Sam was born in Castro Valley, CA and moved to Anchorage, AK when she was 24. She has always loved nature and the outdoors- the serenity of a mountain range, a calm lake and a gorgeous sunset. Nature is a reminder that everyday stresses and worries are trivial compared to the mountains and forests that have existed for generations. The outdoors can quiet cyclical mental chatter and nurture mental health. It is moments like sitting by a campfire or horseback riding through the mountains that brings the mind back to focus on what is truly important in life.