It's important to us that we have an ethical supply chain in a world of fast fashion and sweatshops. We produce durable workwear that are stitched with quality in mind, and the people making our garments are just as important as those who are wearing them. That's why you'll find the factories we use are WRAP certified.
What is WRAP?
WRAP stands for the Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production Program. It is the world’s most accepted independent certification for apparel, footwear and sewn products – monitoring that producers are acting humanely, ethically, and within the law. It is a voluntary certification that allows producers to distinguish themselves from unethical practices the industry is sadly often known for. We handpick trustworthy industry partners of only the highest quality to manufacture our clothes – and the WRAP certification is one way of showing this excellence.
Highly renowned, the program is truly independent – taking no employees with history in the industry, no donations, membership dues or government funding. Further, only individual facilities can receive WRAP certification – retailers, holding companies and brands are ineligible, ensuring independent certification where it matters most in the supply chain, not blanket approval.
The 12 WRAP Principles are based on standards including conventions of the International Labor Organization (ILO), the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)’s Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.