Over the past six months or so, the U.S. outdoor industry has been banging its collective war drum, declaring its unwavering support for U.S. National Parks and public lands, which many outdoor brands believe are being threatened by a malevolent administration. The latest display of unity comes in the form of an all-new train running collection from Brooks. Five percent of the proceeds from the collection will be donated to the National Park Foundation. The collection includes five Cascadia 12 shoes, each of which features a unique colorway and heel patch highlighting four U.S. National Parks. The colorways include Yellowstone, Yosemite, Rainier and the Great Smokey Mountains, along with a generic “National Parks” edition. The collection also includes two pairs of trail running socks and a selection of t-shirts. The products are available exclusively at REI.