From our apparel to our packaging and hang tags, everything is strictly made from 100% recycled materials.
The specific fiber production process used to make our products don’t require new petroleum. Which allows us to minimize our environmental impact by using up to 90% less water, 75% less carbon and 70% less energy than the industry standard fiber production.
Over 21 billion pounds of clothing end up in landfills every year in the U.S. alone. Our suppliers use recycled textiles only, and are significant supporters of their local communities. Providing sustainable jobs and wages for hundreds of employees while their factories are also powered by biomass from local forestry and coffee industry waste.
Post-consumer plastic bottles are collected and sorted.
The plastic bottles are shredded, melted, then threaded into fibers.
Post-industrial cottons are salvaged and sorted from discarded scraps.
The fibers are blended, spun into yarn, and sewn into garment.
Long-lasting, buttery soft apparel in unique colors, which keep thousands of plastic bottles from littering the planet and require up to 90% less water, 70% less carbon and 70% less energy to produce.
Why Not Organic Cotton?
Similar to organic foods, certified organic cotton is expected to have been farmed without harmful fertilizers or pesticides, supporting biodiversity. Unfortunately, these methods still require using up to 400% more water and energy than simply recycling cotton. While recycling cotton also still supports environmental health as well.
Washing apparel made with polyester, and even recycled polyester, in standard washing machines may lead to microfibers potentially ending up in our oceans. As a company who puts our planet first, we strongly suggest purchasing a microfiber filter for your washing machine to avoid the possibility of this potential outcome.