Coyuchi makes more than great towels, sheets and soft good for your home, we help you create inviting spaces that are as comforting as they are conscientious. For us, sustainability is more than just a philosophy. We believe what matters is what we’re made of: minimally processed fibers, great design and a truly human commitment to people and our planet.

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First Mile is on a mission to end poverty by creating dignified jobs and responsible, high-quality fabrics. A Certified B Corporation, First Mile transforms plastic bottles from the streets and canals of Haiti and Honduras into the most responsible fabrics on the planet. Every product made with First Mile supports thousands of purpose-filled jobs in the developing world and the United States. 

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Indigenous is one of the apparel industry’s foremost pioneers and leaders in ethical and eco-friendly fashion, operating a fair trade production model that is one of the most stable, equitable and profitable foreign trade models in the industry. They have invested years of time, resources and commitment to ensure that for every Indigenous garment that is purchased, more and more money goes directly back to into the supply chain to support artisans. They started over a decade ago, on the rich culture and knitting traditions of native artisans in South America. Indigenous uses all natural materials like organic cotton, wool and alpaca.

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We have a long term commitment to ensuring that our products are sustainably manufactured, but also recycled and fixed when possible. We are continually searching for and vetting more sustainable materials and suppliers and are proud to offer products in recycled and organic materials. We’ve also implemented a design process that looks at ways to cut down on material wastage. Ultimately, we want our products and process to minimize harm to the environment, but maximize value for our customers by empowering them to travel and go places.

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Sustainability has always been a focus of our practice. As one of the largest producers of yoga mats, we challenged ourselves to keep them out of landfills. From creating mats with the most sustainable materials to implementing a zero-waste mat recycling program, we’ve come a long way in keeping our planet clean, healthy and optimistic.

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Mara Hoffman founded her womenswear label in 2000 after graduating from Parsons School of Design in New York City. Fifteen years later, the brand committed itself to implementing more responsible practices across both its Swimwear and Ready To Wear collections. The company continues to focus on sustainable materials, processes, and production in order to improve and extend each garment’s life. Mara Hoffman pieces are a celebration of color and love, each inspired by and in celebration of the divine feminine.

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At Myles, we're in this for the long run. We believe fitness isn’t just about winning competitions or setting records. It’s about your lifetime journey, and we want to be with you for it every step of the way. That means doing our part to make sure both you and the planet stay healthy and happy, for as long as possible. So we build durable activewear meant to last for decades using recycled, reusable, or organic materials. We guarantee the quality of everything you buy for at least 5 years, and will repair or replace any item that doesn't last beyond normal wear and tear. We'll take back your used items to be recycled, upcycled, or refurbished for as long as we both shall live, and in exchange, send you a discount on your next purchase. We’re committed to continuously improving our approach to environmental responsibility, and we’re eager to demonstrate how that can be a key component of a successful business model—not just a marketing message. That’s a big reason why we’re so excited to be partnered with The Renewal Workshop.

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Better isn’t an goal – it’s a philosophy. We were founded on the idea that there’s always an opportunity to make better. We look at a challenge from all angles, consider every stitch, approach the life of your clothes, and your life, with the same passion. We design clothes to fit your world, functionally and aesthetically, while setting higher social and environmental standards. We always aim to use our business as a force for good. We consider every aspect in the lifecycle of your clothing – before, during and after you own it. And we take advantage of the best materials available– sustainable, technical fabrics that are designed to move with you home or away, because feeling good inspires you to go further.

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Osprey has a goal to become the leading hardgoods brand in sustainability in the world. The plan circles tightly around the manufacturing process, which accounts for 70 percent of a brand’s environmental impact. To reduce that footprint, Osprey has brought PFC-free DWR into all new collections, adopted the bluesign restricted materials list across all products, and switched to recycled nylon and polyester for new packs. The company is on track to be completely PFC-free by 2022. Osprey has also renewed its commitment to keeping gear out of landfills. In 2009, we launched the All Mighty Guarantee (break your pack, and Osprey will fix it for free, no questions asked). Now, we are excited to be partners with The Renewal Workshop, to Renew and recycle bags.

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For People and Planet. At Outerknown, we’re making every decision with the highest regard for the hands that build our clothes and the world we call home. From seeds to suppliers to circular design, our mission is to protect natural resources, empower the people crafting our clothes, and inspire change within the industry and beyond. We want to be the world’s most progressive digital brand and believe that you shouldn’t have to sacrifice style for sustainability – the two should be synonymous.

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We are made up of individuals from all over the globe, with the same guiding principles and very different backgrounds, experiences, expertise and ideas. Here, scientists and technologists connect with designers and the next generation of creative minds, to create functional, sustainable products.We are committed to a zero waste circular system and have joined forces with US-based The Renewal Workshop to make sure that each PANGAIA piece lives on by either being repaired and upcycled or recycled on your behalf. 

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PEARL iZUMi never invents for the sake of inventing. They innovate to learn. To push boundaries. To build greater products. They do this by emulating their founder’s approach and embodying the Kaizen philosophy. That is, a belief in making small daily improvements to create large, impactful changes over time. This also applies to how PEARL iZUMi sources, makes and provides the best cycling apparel in the industry. They are striving to find ways to be more sustainable in all aspects of their business and are using the Higg Index to guide sustainability efforts. That is why they have become the first cycling brand to partner with The Renewal Workshop to allow their technical gear to endure and enjoy more cycling adventures.

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prAna’s commitment to sustainability is decades old and started with shipping their first orders in reused produce boxes and making their own hang tags from recycled newspapers. Their continued promise is demonstrated through using sustainable materials and partnering with companies and factories that adhere to strict guidelines for safety and efficacy. prAna is the the first major brand to use Fair Trade Certified apparel and has a long history in using organic cotton, recycled polyester and bluesign certified fabrics.

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Ramblers Way creates responsibly sourced, skillfully crafted, American made sustainable clothing for men and women. A conscious lifestyle brand that offers casual, sophisticated and timeless clothing while combining versatility and style, Ramblers Way was launched by Tom Chappell, creator of Tom’s of Maine and pioneer in sustainable business. Ramblers Way is the first Cradle to Cradle certified organic wool clothing line, offering 16 unique styles – 10 for women and six for men – and is also the first American company to offer organic wool clothing certified to the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). 

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The North Face Renewed is a collection of refurbished clothing remade to explore. It’s the great quality and performance you expect from The North Face with less impact on the earth.

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Timbuk2 products are built to last a lifetime, since 1989. We support them through their complete lifecycle via durable materials and construction, repairs, and recycling to sustain our promise of "zero bags to landfill".

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What’s not to love about a company that truly leads with integrity and weaves optimism into everything they do? Toad&Co really walks the walk as an industry leader when it comes to their commitment environmentally and socially. They make products that are designed to last in both materials and style and have been encouraging people to “Wear it out or pass it on” inside their garments for almost a decade. Toad&Co fights the good fight everyday by using sustainable and humane materials, like 100% organic cotton, Tencel®, Modal®, recycled polyester, recycled wool and non-mulesed merino wool. And for the big kick finish, every Toad&Co purchase contributes to creating opportunities for adults with disabilities, from job training to outdoor activities.

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We care about the planet and make efforts to incorporate sustainable, innovative and performance driven fabrics as much as possible.

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