Make The Cleanest Basics On The Planet
Worn for good.
We created Arvin to redefine what makes a really good sock.
Because socks are terrible for the environment. The average pair of socks takes 50+ gallons of fresh water to create. 85% of used textiles end up as landfill waste.
So, we decided to focus on making the world’s first really good socks. Socks that look and feel good to wear, definitely. But socks that also make it easy for more humans to do good and lessen their impact on a daily basis. Because your favourite socks shouldn’t be jerks to the environment—and your favourite socks shouldn’t take away from your desire to do good.
To make that happen, we use a manufacturing process that’s as efficient as it is responsible. We use recycled and/or discarded apparel scraps to create the softest and comfiest socks around. The process requires almost zero water, and no harmful chemicals or dyes. It also works really, really well. And once more brands are clued in (we’re currently helping a few), it’s going to change the apparel industry for the better—for good.
Arvin’s three founders are pretty different. Different backgrounds and origins, but like-minded where it counts. Since day one, we’ve wanted to make doing good easy for more people. To make it easy to do the responsible thing on a daily basis. We’ve started with socks—our big goal right now is to totally nail the “making socks responsibly” thing. But that’s just the beginning. Big things are coming. We’ll keep you posted.
So, there it is. Comfy, expressive, responsibly made socks—wear them for good.