Overall Rating: Certified

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“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.

Overall Rating: Certified

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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.

Transparency

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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.

Last Updated: 03/28/21.

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