Which sustainable material
will your headwear be made of?
Sustainable materials your headwear can be made from
You can also further customise your headwear by adding some features such as lace, buttons, labels and patches.
This will enable you to help make the headwear more bespoke, functional, stylish and brand authentic.
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Our sustainability principles are at the core of our business which means that we consider the environmental, social and economical impact of everything we do from sourcing materials to delivering your products to you.
Hover to reveal how much plastic waste we use.
5 trillion a year
Globally, we use 160,000 plastic bags every second, or 5 trillion a year, and less than 1% are recycled. This has resulted in millions of tonnes of plastic waste piling up on landfill sites where it takes roughly 300 years to photo degrade.
How many plastic bags end up in the ocean?
300 million plastic bags
An estimated 300 million plastic bags end up in the Atlantic Ocean every year and, if we continue at this rate, by 2050 the world’s oceans could contain more plastic than fish measured by weight.
Hover to see the impact on the environment
The issue is not just with what happens to plastic bags at the end of their short lifecycle. The production of plastic bags requires the extraction and heating of fossil fuels which releases greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
This also means that the custom headwear that we make for your business is sustainable too.
Whether it’s a hat made from recycled materials or a bandana with a long lifespan to reduce waste, we create custom headwear that will make your eco-conscious shoppers happy and showcase your commitment to your corporate social responsibility.
Though we understand that there will always be a negative impact on the planet when making products, we do our very best to limit that impact.
We procure materials that can be reused or recycled, we regularly audit all of the factories that we work with to ensure ethical practices are kept in place and we continue to research and innovative ways in which to improve in order to become more sustainable.