Made with materials from organic farms, certified to standards such as the Global Organic Textile Standard or the Organic Content Standard. The primary goal of organic farming is to produce crops (such as cotton) in an efficient and sustainable way, while minimizing any harmful environmental impacts. For example, organic farming restricts the usage of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers and ensures better water and land management


Made with recycled materials, certified to standards such as the Global Recycle Standard or the Recycled Claim Standard. Recycled materials contribute to a circular economy by keeping existing materials in use, diverting waste from landfill, and reducing the use of virgin inputs