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Recycled Denim Socks 5-pack

Recycled Denim Socks 5-pack

$63.75 · Regular price $85 Sale price
Regular price $63.75
12.79kg CO2

Five pairs of unisex socks made with recycled denim.

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Five pairs of unisex socks made with recycled denim.

  • We use recycled materials because they save water and energy. They also help divert waste from landfills and prevent CO2 - helping to keep our planet clean and combat climate change.

  • Made in better working conditions with living wages, no child labor, freely chosen employment and respect for the environment.

  • The PETA "Vegan Approved" logo indicates that the product is cruelty-free - and that it does not contain any animal products or by-products.

Footprint

12.79kg CO2
Before we offset the carbon emissions of this product, we calculate its footprint. Carbon emissions are a primary driver of climate change and every product has an environmental cost.
  • 1.81kg
    Raw Material
  • 2.13kg
    Material Product
  • 8.16kg
    Garment Assembly
  • 0.49kg
    Packaging
  • 0.2kg
    Transport
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  • Material

    Organic Cotton

    We use GOTS (Licence number: USB TEX 2015) certified organic cotton and those four letters actually mean a lot for you and the planet. This collection is made in hand-picked, chemical free organic cotton that’s grown on the coast of the Aegean Sea. It’s widely regarded as some of the most soft and durable cotton in the world. The GOTS standard also guarantees that the people that made this are paid living wages and treated like humans.

  • Factory

    Braga, Portugal

    In Braga, Portugal - our recycled wool sock maker has been in business since 1985 making socks and knitwear with the most advanced robotic equipment possible. They can an incredible focus on sustainability and workplace ethics - and they are very well certified in all respects environmental and social. In fact, their factory is 100% run on renewable resources.