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Water

Water

To demonstrate the impact of a “basic” item like socks I went to a couple retail stores here in Seattle to give an example of how our water math on socks adds up.
In the Press

In the Press

Seasonal Press Round-Up.

ComplexCon 2018

ComplexCon 2018

We attended with a simple question.  Is Sustainability even a topic in this world?  The short answer is, No.  But, there is much more to the story.
The Emerald Sea Protection Society - Words & Image by Shayd Johnson

The Emerald Sea Protection Society - Words & Image by Shayd Johnson

Our good friend Shayd Johnson has been busy over the past few months. 
His last project really stood out to us, and think you'd love to hear about it. 

The Underswell with our co-founder Dustin Winegardner

The Underswell with our co-founder Dustin Winegardner

A couple weeks back I was invited to do an interview with Derek Sabori on his podcast The Underswell.
Camp Nice - NY

Camp Nice - NY

Camp Nice '18
Outpost Trade, Navarro

Outpost Trade, Navarro

We're fresh back from Outpost Trade Navarro, which was held down in Mendocino County, CA and oh boy did we have a good ol' time. 

Available at Woosah!

Available at Woosah!

We are proud to now be available in Grand Rapids, Michigan! At Woosah Outfitters.

Unfuck The World - Can't Blame The Youth

Unfuck The World - Can't Blame The Youth

Earlier this year we became aware of a project here in Seattle that had a similar mindset, with a direct message. A new brand, Can’t Blame The Youth (C.B.T.Y.), was launching and their mission is also simple: Unfuck The World.  

Why isn't everybody doing this?

Why isn't everybody doing this?

It's a question we get asked surprisingly often. Which makes sense. It seems like a no-brainer right? Do we want to save 150 liters of water on a pair of socks, or don't we? Why wouldn't every clothing company want to do that? And why would this tiny brand I found on Instagram be doing this and my regular brand isn't?