Sustainability

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At Susty Wear we believe the future is bright and we can enjoy a healthy, fair world. 

Our products are made from organic cotton and recycled polyester which are better for the environment than virgin synthetics and conventional cotton (which is what most traditional tees are made out of) because it sustains the health of soils, ecosystems, and people by using natural farming processes. This means no toxic chemicals and 91% less water are used than with non-organic cotton.
Our supply chain and delivery process to tackle overproduction and waste follows our Environmental Policy of ‘print-to-order 'and 'Zero plastic and no excess packaging' approach  which is a much more sustainable method and in compliance with independent bodies and standards certificates.

What is ‘print-to-order’?

It means that products are only printed after you have placed an order with us. The products are directly shipped to you from our printing partner which means it also saves CO2 by eliminating one shipping route as it doesn’t come to us first but directly goes to you.

Zero plastic and no excess packaging

Our packaging may not be the prettiest but you can be sure that it is sustainable. We have chosen two types of recyclable packaging carboard sleeves and ultra resistant paper bags. We also use kraft paper adhesive which is  much more eco-friendly than its (nasty) plastic cousin. A little extra: the paper on which each your order form is printed is 100% recycled and comes from sustainably managed forests.
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  • Meet The Founder

    After attending the One Young  World Summit in November 2019 where I learned about modern slavery and the impact of fast fashion on climate change I decided to elevate my efforts. That's how Susty Wear was born, providing eco-friendly ethically made comfortable clothing with respect for people, our planet and animals.

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