As a new brand it's great to be recognised by Cyclist Magazine as one of the leading sustainable cyclewear brands of 2023. Thats why we've chosen to feature a snippett of the article below. Click on the link to read the full feature..

The most sustainable cycling clothing is that which is already in your wardrobe, but if you are in the market, we’ve got the lowdown on the most sustainable brands to help you make a more conscious choice. The brands are listed alphabetically and key things taken into consideration are:

  • Fabrics
  • Manufacturing
  • Shipping
  • Energy sources
  • Transparency
  • Circularity

To an extent we have to take a brand’s claims at face value given we can’t assess a garment’s precise material composition ourselves, or see a company’s actual energy bill. 

A quick side note: many brands use third party organisations to guide them on their sustainability journey such as Bluesign and Oeko-Tex which are regularly mentioned here.

  • Bluesign is a sustainability standard which evaluates organisations, reviews supply chains, and particularly considers the chemical composition of textile products to ensure healthy and safe materials.
  • Oeko-Tex is a standard based on a testing and certification process which certifies non-hazardous end-products and all of their components.

To read the full article click here 

Written by Emma Cole



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