our eco mission
WE RECYCLE EVERY SINGLE THING
Our sewing floor creates almost no landfill. Everything we can't turn into a tee is either recycled or repurposed. We set the bar high on this one, because we plan on making tees pretty much forever. We can't imagine the senseless waste that would be created if we weren't proactive and forward thinking about our manufacturing. Other factories send enough waste to fill several swimming pools. Daily. We couldn't live with ourselves if our warehouse created trash hauls like that. And we seriously question anyone who thinks that's OK.
100% NO SWEATSHOPS, BECAUSE WE TREAT OUR PEOPLE THE WAY WE WANT TO BE TREATED
Kind tees are our kind of tees. Our manufacturer has been manufacturing in the U.S. and internationally in a no-sweatshop, humane, sustainable way since day one. Doing things the right way has never been up for debate.
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Choosing TKT means choosing the best-fitting, softest, most responsibly made T-shirts & Vests. How we do things and what we make probably aligns with your belief system better than any other brand does. 100% no sweat shop, manufactured in an eco-conscious way and, beyond that, our tees are softer and look better than anything else out there.
W.R.A.P. GOLD CERTIFIED MEANS RESPONSIBLE PRODUCTION. AND THEN SOME.
We're proud of our manufacturer’s gold accreditation from W.R.A.P., an independent group of social compliance experts, that makes sure our factories are certified safe, lawful, humane and ethical. W.R.A.P. accreditation validates that our already-high standards go above and beyond the practices they monitor and certify.
THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING...
We are putting our resources into making sure every element of our product catalogue is taking an ecologically neutral stance. We have already done this with our main products (tees and vests) but we are now making great strides in other products too. We are looking right now for durable, great looking non leather goods to replace our current selection after hearing some great feedback about this area from our customers. This area of change is happening gradually and we hope to be 100% free from leather by the end of 2016.We are also looking at the problem caused by increased development and a growing demand for wood products. This is turning what used to be some of the most species-rich forests in the world to small, unsustainable groups of trees.