COPALA Passport Membership Program offers you a stronger connection to our purpose than just simply buying our clothes. You are now part of a community committed to positive impact.

You have unlocked $200 in Store Credits.

WHAT’s next?

1

SPREAD THE WORD

Share your unique invitation link and earn COPALA credits for each friend who makes a membership purchase.

  • $50

    EXTRA CREDITS
  • $200

    STORE CREDIT
INVITE NOW
SPREAD THE WORD
2

STAY TUNED

Stay tuned for our global launch in April and follow us on our social channels to earn more credits.

  • $5

    EARN PER CHANNEL
FOLLOW NOW
3

START SHOPPING

Redeem your store credit and preorder our highly anticipated Collection 01 items.

REDEEM POINTS

FAQS

What is the COPALA Passport Membership?

The COPALA Passport Membership is an exclusive program that offers members a range of benefits, including member pricing up to 70% off, access to limited edition member-only collab drops, free shipping on orders over $100, 2x more loyalty rewards, access to private events, and soon-to-be-introduced same-day delivery in LA.

How much does the COPALA Passport Membership cost?

The COPALA Passport Membership has an annual fee of $99.

Can I share my COPALA Passport Membership with others?

The COPALA Passport Membership is non-transferable and is intended for individual use only. Each member is entitled to their own set of benefits.

What is the COPALA Passport Membership?

The COPALA Passport Membership is an exclusive program that offers members a range of benefits, including member pricing up to 70% off, access to limited edition member-only collab drops, free shipping on orders over $100, 2x more loyalty rewards, access to private events, and soon-to-be-introduced same-day delivery in LA.

How much does the COPALA Passport Membership cost?

The COPALA Passport Membership has an annual fee of $99.

Can I share my COPALA Passport Membership with others?

The COPALA Passport Membership is non-transferable and is intended for individual use only. Each member is entitled to their own set of benefits.