- Eco-friendly garments
Organic cotton, bamboo and recycled polyester are part of our eco-friendly garments.
All of our cotton is certified Organic meaning that you can have the confidence that it was grown without the use of any harsh chemicals or pesticides. Conventional Cotton uses more insecticides than any other major crop. Research has shown that this can cause many adverse effects on the soil, water, air, and more. Our commitment to Organic Cotton is helping prevent the use of many tonnes of chemicals.
Bamboo is an eco-friendly clothing choice (with major benefits). Bamboo does not require fertilizers or pesticides for cultivation and it grows rapidly and profusely without depleting the soil. It has a lower environmental impact than pesticide-laden conventional cotton and petroleum-derived nylon fabrics. Bamboo is also a superior fabric in terms of softness and functionality. It is naturally moisture wicking and anti-bacterial, allowing it to repel odours and toxins. It's even hypo-allergenic and UV resistant. It really has it all - don't tell your other clothes.
Proudly made in Canada, the purchase of one blended recycled polyester tee equals approximately three recycled water bottles.
- Responsible, green business practices
Being environmentally conscious is an inherent part of our business model. Our apparel supplier uses state-of-the-art knitting machines to reduce energy consumption, their dye house uses only nontoxic materials, and their cutting and sewing department recycles upwards of 10% of their textile waste. Our screen printer pioneered the use of water-based inks in Toronto and uses and modern, efficient machines. We even sweat the small things, like reusing boxes between our suppliers.
- Eco-friendly packaging
We handpick packaging that is purposely eco-friendly.
We ship using document mailers made from 100% recycled content from 80% post-consumer and with 100% recycled poly mailers.
Eco Seal bags
We use eco clear flap seal bags made from plants that are 100% compostable!
Our Treecards are made locally in Vancouver, BC from 100% recycled paper and printed with plant-based biomass inks.
- Shop eco-friendly