What’s In Our Stuff
Bella + Canvas short-sleeve shirt
- BELLA+CANVAS uses sustainable manufacturing processes with Blue Sign certified dyes, efficient dye houses that adhere to the state of California’s EPA regulations around waste water treatment and usage, and cutting facilities in Los Angeles that run on partial solar power with comprehensive recycling programs for paper waste and fabric scraps.
- 100% airlume combed and ringspun cotton
- Airlume- We remove 2.5x more impurities than standard ring-spun cotton through our extensive combing process. We only use long cotton staples, which means there are less stray fibers when the yarn is spun, resulting in a smoother print surface. Our fabric is dyed in L.A. using the most eco-friendly dyes and 7x less water than the average garment manufacturer.
Long Sleeve shirt
- 100% USA cotton
- Made with sustainably and fairly grown USA cotton
- Gildan's manufacturing process utilizes 45% renewable energy
- Gildan’s Community Investment Program supports education, the environment, humanitarian aid and active living in the communities we do business in
- Hanes Ecosmart®
- 50% cotton (up to 7.7% reclaimed), 50% polyester (up to 7.7% recycled)
- Hanes EcoSmart® hoodie is made with sustainably grown cotton sourced from American farms.
- Recycled polyester from plastic water bottles
- Patented, low-pill, high-stitch density PrintPro® XP fabric
- “A” list status from CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project)
- Energy Star Partner of the Year (12 consecutive years)
- Preshrunk, soft-washed, garment-dyed fabric
- Made with 80% sustainably and fairly grown USA cotton and sewn with USA cotton thread
- Comfort Colors uses 50% less water than traditional pigment dye processes on pigment dye and color blast garments
- Comfort Colors®, through Gildan's Community Investment Program, supports education, the environment, humanitarian aid and active living in the communities we do business in
- 100% certified organic cotton canvas
- All of our products are printed with the film-to-garment method, which is a more sustainable process than traditional methods