A byproduct of the bison meat industry too often discarded by ranchers – a shame since it's even warmer than wool (and better for moisture control, too).
Which (unlike conventional cotton) is made without the chemical fertilizers and pesticides that often drain into our waterways – and it's addictively soft.
Carved from the Tagua nut and 100% natural.
A natural fiber that's known for durability and strength. Makes sense that the first American flag was sewn from this stuff.
A leading manufacturer of performance fabrics known for creating quick drying, breathable, and insulating textiles. We use versions made from post-consumer recycled materials.
Primaloft Eco Insulation
An industry-leading insulation made with post-consumer recycled materials to give a highly compressible, breathable, packable and water-resistant insulation that is warm without the weight.
Made from recycled plastic bottles and other unusable manufacturing waste (it takes less energy to produce, too).
A resilient fabric often used to make sails since it's resistant to wind, rain, and rips.
Manufactured from eucalyptus trees, which require little water and grow fast and thick without the use of pesticides or insecticides.
A natural and renewable resource (since sheep are shorn annually). Wool is biodegradable, so it's much gentler to the environment that oil-based synthetics.