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"The search for a more versatile athletic pant tuned into the discovery of my life mission." - Travis Brewer. Athletic coach and professional athlete.
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The Positive Impact Movement (Pi Movement) was created with one simple mission, to create a positive impact through Movement.

As a Movement Artist, Travis Brewer has been a finalist on the hit TV show American Ninja Warrior, Champion of the World Calisthenics.org and has had many opportunities to teach and perform all around the world. The culmination of his career has led him to pursue his two main passions in addition to movement which are creating the best performing apparel and trying to make the world a better place.

After making Venice Beach his home, and joining a world class community of movers he realized there were some gaps in the marketplace when it came to activewear that needed serious attention. He tore through countless pairs of pants doing crazy stunts on the beach but what bothered him most was that the companies making them didn’t seem to be concerned with sustainability, making them locally, or by integrating giving back into their business model. He had been inspired so much by companies like Patagonia and their dedication to 1% For The Planet and TOMS and the One for One Movement. So he got to work!

He knew he couldn’t do it alone so he looked to the help of his Tribe to find people to make this dream happen. He partnered with his good friend, Peyton Wallace, who was one of the original employees at TOMS. When Peyton joined the TOMS family he didn’t know anything about shoes or giving them away but quickly realized he knew a lot about making customers happy. He helped build the customer service department from the ground up with some amazing folks and got to see, first hand, the One for One Movement explode! Needless to say, he was down when Travis came to him with the opportunity to start our own Movement!

We joined forces to create a positive impact movement and called it Pi Movement; and we are committed to giving back Pi% or 3.14% back with every purchase. We give back to the people on our planet by building movement parks for adults and kids to encourage movement, meditation, and a mantra of “never stop playing”.

All our gear is designed by a ninja in Venice and made in downtown Los Angeles by folks we consider family. The apparel is designed not solely for any kind of movement, but to be your go to gear for all of life’s adventures. They can be your favorite pants when boarding a plane, in the boardroom, or on the floating boards on American Ninja Warrior. These American-made apparel items were designed for any movement to satisfy your soul. It’s designed with the quality to last a lifetime.

With gratitude and love,

Travis (Ninja) + Peyton (Ninja on the 1’s and 2’s)
With every purchase of any Pi movement products, we give 3.14% to build parks across the world.
Pi Movement Timeline

2014. Ninja Pant Released

Our Ninja Pant was born for maximum versatility, mobility and leisure.

2015. First Park Built

The first Pi Park was built in Jamaica.

2017. Finalizing Scalable Plans

After our initial Pi Park in Jamaica, we're in the process of designing an affordable and well-engineered park for scale and rapid development

2018. Movement Center

In addition in our goal of standardizing new Pi Parks in 2017, a Pi Movement center is in the works in the Venice Beach area.

Be apart of the solution

There are many ways to contribute to the Pi Movement. Aside from purchasing Pi Movement product, where we will donate 3.14% of the proceeds to developing parks across the world, you can play your role by being an active member in your community!

Get out and get moving! Enjoy the beauty of the world and leave a better place behind.

If you are interested in starting a Pi Movement community in your neighborhood, know of a place that would be ideal for a Pi Movement Park, or would like to make a donation, email us!

CONTACT Pi Movement


Our first release:
Ninja Pants

Take a look at the first Pi movement product, the Ninja Pant

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