Less Sustainable is Not Sustainable
Few industries have a stronger commitment to sustainability. In spite of high-profile attempts at innovation, its global influence has not diminished during the past quarter-century.
The bulk of things is still created with synthetic materials generated from petroleum that are not biodegradable and end up in landfills. What can be done then?
The Shaman Ten
We stick to a strict list of banned substances to make sure that carcinogens, hormone-disrupting chemicals, and other harmful chemicals don’t get into our supply chain and end up in your body.
By using organic materials and dyes that don’t harm people, we keep both of our customers safe.
We offer custom-fit t-shirts, shirts, and pants. Our product approach is “Sustained Vibrance.”
How can we deliver ‘new’ (colors, goods, features) while maintaining zero waste and no overproduction?
Our brand strategy focuses on ‘how,’ not ‘why.’ Brands love their “why.” Why exist? Our mission: Sustainability makes sense. How do we do it?