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Our future is tied to the ocean. Its shared seas connect us through food, culture and sport. The home of amazing, abundant life, it’s also a powerful climate solution. Yet the practice of bottom trawling threatens to destroy this precious resource—bulldozing our ocean floor, undermining small-scale fisheries and deepening the climate crisis. Let's end this destructive practice, starting with an immediate ban in marine protected areas and inshore zones.

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We do our best to process and ship orders within 1-2 business days (Monday-Friday, excluding holidays). We kindly ask that you choose standard shipping where possible to reduce our environmental impact. Thank you for your patience as we process heavier volumes during the holiday period.

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Recycled Wool

We use recycled wool to extend the life span of a valuable fiber that has already been produced.


Wool is a natural fiber that insulates, breathes and lasts for a long time. Producing wool, however, is resource-intensive. It requires vast amounts of land for grazing sheep, water to clean the fiber, chemicals to treat the wool and dyes to color the finished product. We use recycled wool to extend the useful life of fiber that has already been produced. As a result, we can make clothing with the same great qualities as virgin wool at a fraction of the environmental cost.

We’re making progress

Producing wool is resource-intensive. By using recycled wool, we can make clothing at a fraction of the environmental cost.

The percentage of CO₂e emissions reduction we’ve achieved by using recycled wool instead of virgin wool.

Where We Are

Recycled wool has been used in European textiles for hundreds of years. We get our recycled wool from both post-industrial sources, such as factory scraps, and postconsumer ones, such as returned garments. After we collect the wool, we sort it by color and mechanically shred the fibers so they can be re-spun into new yarn. Most of our recycled wool is blended with recycled polyester to increase the strength of the yarn and the durability of the fabric. Over the years, we’ve used more and more recycled wool, but since recycled wool yarn blends are not as fine as virgin wool yarns, that limits the types of products we can offer.

Recycled wool isn’t only in yarn. We work closely with our supply chain partner to make insulation material from recycled wool and cashmere similar to insulation you’d find in our Nano Puff® styles. In our Fall 2023 line, we use this warm wool insulation in our Men’s Seldom Traveled Hoody and Women’s Seldom Traveled Jacket.

For the Fall 2023 season, our wool products were made with 89% recycled wool by weight, with the remaining products made from virgin wool. That means we helped keep more than 3.5 million pounds of CO₂e from being emitted into the atmosphere.

What’s Next

We will continue to use recycled wool in our fleece styles and knits. In addition to offering more recycled wool products, our goal is to further support recyclers so we can expand on the types of recycled wool products we create.

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