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How Sustainable Is PACT?

Pact is an ecological womenswear, menswear, kids wear, and home-textiles brand. Pact uses GOTS Certified organic cotton as the primary textile for all of their apparel and home pieces. This brand will occasionally also use an organic cotton blended material, such as one containing elastane or hemp, depending on the intended usage of the garment. However, many of their merchandise items are solely made of 100% organic cotton.

Pact’s use of primarily only organic cotton fibers has numerous environmental benefits. Firstly, it saves 91% of the water that would have been required for farming the traditional chemical filled non-organic cotton. Secondly, it supports soil health and the ecosystems around it. Thirdly, the cultivation and spinning process of organic cotton uses less fuels and energy consumption resulting in a reduced carbon footprint. And fourthly, organic cotton does not shed harmful and environmentally damaging microfiber plastics when washed in the manufacturing process nor at home when laundered by the customers.

Pact carefully calculates their carbon production and then offsets it by buying and supporting wind energy in other locations. This aids in encouraging increased sustainable global development and places pressure on other manufacturers to behave more environmentally friendly. Additionally, Pact uses only post-consumer recycled paper in their packaging that can continue to be recycled. This brand also only employs biodegradable garment bags.

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Organic Cotton

Is PACT Ethically-Made?

Pact produces their products in a large Fair Trade Certified factory in Kolkata, India.

This factory offers safe working conditions, guaranteed living wages, empowers and supports the local community, and follows environmentally responsible manufacturing methods. The workers in this Fair Trade Certified factory are protected by strong standards and a high transparent understanding between management and workers. This factory has a strong focus on empowering women by increasing female involvement and partaking in important and essential roles. This allows the female workers to benefit from ever-increasing financial freedom and increased independence.

Pact’s factory partner is also GOTS Certified which includes various supplementary positive workers’ right stipulations; such as equal pay for all genders, workers receiving fair working hours and adequate rest days, and banning all child labor. By partnering with this Fair Trade Certified and GOTS Certified factory, Pact is helping to support the livelihood of over 4,816 garment and textile manufacturing workers.


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Is PACT a Vegan Company?

Yes, Pact is a vegan brand. Pact utilizes GOTS Certified organic cotton as the principal fabric for all of their apparel and home pieces. Pact will intermittently also use an organic cotton blended material, such as one containing elastane or hemp, depending on the intended usage of the garment.

Nevertheless, the finished blended fabric is still vegan. In their past collections, Pact has used wool or recycled wool in some of their merchandise.

However, their current collection uses no animal products or animal-by-products. Pact’s most up-to-date merchandise contains no: leather, animal fur, angora, cashmere, wool, silk, or exotic animal skins.

*Shipping Details

Free shipping worldwide over $100.

The brand ships to the following locations: International.

**Return Policy

PACT offers easy returns for a flat $20 fee per item. The brand’s return policy: “If you don’t love your Pact clothing, we make returns easy. We accept returns that are unworn, unwashed and in the original packaging within 60 days of purchase. To cover the cost of international shipping and restocking, we charge 20 USD for each return.”

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