Arvin Goods

Home Country: USA
“Socks made from recycled fabrics”
Eco-Stylist Certified
Arvin Goods is on a mission to create the cleanest socks on the planet. They offer a wide selection of comfortable, breathable, and durable socks made entirely from donated and upcycled materials to minimize water usage and eliminate waste and toxic dyes.

Arvin Goods

Arvin Goods for Her
Eco-Stylist Certified
Home Country: USA
“Socks made from recycled fabrics”
Arvin Goods is on a mission to create the cleanest socks on the planet. They offer a wide selection of comfortable, breathable, and durable socks made entirely from donated and upcycled materials to minimize water usage and eliminate waste and toxic dyes.

Transparency

Two Leaves Earned
Rated: Good

  • Arvin Goods is open about their made in japan collection.
  • They source their material from a small town north of the Alicante province, Banyeres de Mariola, Spain.
  • Arvin Goods is GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) and GRS (Global Recycle Standard) certified, both of which help trace the supply chain.

  • They can improve transparency by providing an accessible list of their factories.

Fair Labor

One Leaf Earned
Rated: Fair

  • The Global Recycled Standard (GRS) ensures Arvin Goods factories are compliant with international labor standards.

  • Arvin can further demonstrate a commitment to living wages by publishing their lowest wages or obtaining a certification, such as Fair Trade.
  • Arvin can also invest in more benefits and worker well-being programs.

Sustainably Made

Three Leaves Earned
Rated: Excellent

  • Arvin Goods engages in circularity by using recycled and upcycled materials. They recover, return, and repeat!
  • Arvin Goods is GRS certified! The Global Recycled Standard requires companies to reduce carbon emissions, conserve water, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, enforce wastewater guidelines through testing, and reduce waste.
  • Arvin goods use a specific plant dye process certified by Plant Dye Standard. It’s more energy efficient than alternative methods!
  • Arvin Goods produces some of their products in a factory that runs on 50% solar power.

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Last Updated: 03/28/21.

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