From the way we dye our fabrics to the way we produce our products, sustainability and social responsibility are always at the forefront. We happily employ eco-friendly practices in our manufacturing processes such as maintaining energy-efficient facilities, utilizing renewable energy in the form of solar panels, and sourcing sustainable packaging materials.
Of water and steam used for dying fabric comes from our power-generating units. No extra fuel oil is consumed for any textile purposes.
Of our energy consumption comes from solar panel and other renewable sources.
Plastic bottles have been diverted from landfills and oceans through the use of REPREVE® recycled performance fibers in our apparel.
Through our innovative initiatives and strategic partnerships, we have successfully streamlined our manufacturing process and simultaneously reduced our impact on the environment.
In our journey of constant innovation for a sustainable tomorrow today, we lead the way in environmentally friendly and socially responsible apparel, from fabric, to fit, to impact.
We are certified by COTTON USA™ and are U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol members.
COTTON USA™ tests and verifies that all the cotton has been fairly traded and is traceable to its origin – ensuring quality, consistency, and complete transparency for peace of mind.
Launched in 2020, the U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol is built on a foundation of robust data capture, aggregation, and reporting that drives continuous improvement across six key sustainability metrics – water use, energy efficiency, greenhouse gas emissions, soil conservation, soil carbon, and land use – and is the world’s first sustainable cotton fiber program to offer article-level supply chain transparency.
We believe in effective water management and conservation which is why we utilize a water treatment process that turns textile dye water into a safe and effective plant fertilizer.
Biofuel is a clean and renewable energy source that is an alternative to fossil fuel. By utilizing native agricultural by-products such as king grass and coconut waste, we can sustainably fuel our power generators.
Traceable U.S. cotton and sustainably sourced cotton helps maintain levels of production with minimal environmental impact. We utilize and sell cotton bales wrap for agricultural purposes—to maintain humidity in trees.
Regenerated fibers help reduce waste and preserve the environment. The process involves breaking down old fabrics and yarns, such as cotton, into their essential components and reusing them to create new materials and fibers. We use regenerated fibers in many applications, such as sportswear and everyday textiles. Using regenerated fibers can help reduce your carbon footprint while still enjoying high-quality products that are both comfortable and durable.
REPREVE® is the world’s number one brand of recycled performance fiber. These high-quality fibers are made from 100% recycled materials, including post-consumer plastic bottles and pre-consumer waste. They are also certified and traceable. The REPREVE® brand was created to foster a sustainable world by diverting plastic bottles—billions of them—from landfills and oceans. We also collect and reuse industrial waste, starting with our own. Compared to virgin fiber, REPREVE® helps to offset the use of petroleum, emitting fewer greenhouse gases and conserving water and energy in the process.Learn more about REPREVE