Since its founding in 2004, Sutsu has been challenging the unsustainable practices of fast fashion by creating organic menswear that places environmental and social good at its core. They're proving that on-trend, stylish design for men doesn’t need to come at the cost of humanity or the earth.
Their T-Shirts, Sweatshirts and Hoodies are produced exclusively from organic cotton - which avoids harmful chemicals, uses considerably less water and also has a 90% reduced carbon footprint compared to conventional cotton. Sutsu's garments are also PETA approved Vegan. 🌱
To further mitigate environmental impact, Sutsu carbon offset delivery on all orders through Offset by Shopify and they plant 2 trees with every order through their partner Ecologi. Products are delivered plastic-free with biodegradable packaging.
To also ensure fair working conditions for producers, Sutsu works with an accredited Fair Wear Foundation supplier.🤝
A snapshot of Sutsu's sustainability journey so far.
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