We partner with ethical, transparent factories around the world to create clothing you love for #recreating.
Tun Hong (Tun Yun Garment)
Location: Solo, Indonesia
Making: The open-air pants, take a hike shorts
To produce our open-air pants, we partnered with Tun Yun Garment’s Indonesian factory, Tun Hong. We selected them because they have a ton of experience making woven athletic pants and have stellar labour practices. Founded in Taiwan in 1948, Tun Hong is part of the International Labour Organization (ILO) Better Work initiative. Participation in this program requires a commitment to comply with ILO core labour standards and national legislation covering compensation, contracts, occupational safety and health and working time for garment manufacturers.
At Tun Hong, all employees are salaried workers with bonuses, benefits and maternity leave and overtime is voluntary. The factories +1000 workers have the freedom to unionize, quarterly management-worker representative meetings are held on premise and there is no subcontracting. Tun Hong also receives third party audits to verify compliance with policies like ensuring age verification, maintaining written employment records and agreements for every employee. Equipped with the Organic Content Standard 2.0 and the Global Recycle Standard 4.0 Tun Hong has the know-how to work with sustainable fabrics and create long-lasting, durable pieces.
Pigeons & Thread
Making: the be free tank
Female-owned and operated, Pigeons and Thread is a garment manufacturing company focused on small volume production for Canadian designers. In operation since 2014, Pigeons and Thread complies with world wide labour boards, including the demands of the Canadian manufacturing labour board. Small but mighty, their team of ten creates high-quality garments that are made to last.