Tentree is an environmentally responsible womenswear, menswear, and kidswear apparel brand. This brand’s name says it all, Tentree plants 10 trees for every garment or accessory item purchased. Tentree estimates that by 2030, their brand will have carefully planted over 1 billion trees. Tentree uses eco-friendly circular supply chains and earnestly strives to keep bettering themselves by intentionally producing merchandise with the smallest carbon footprint possible; precisely corresponding to the most recent technology and manufacturing methods. This brand uses mainly recycled fibers or natural textiles like: organic cotton, recycled polyester, natural hemp, recycled wool and Tencel Lyocell (a vegan and sustainably harvested wood pulp fiber that is then woven or knitted into a very soft textile).
Tentree’s packaging is always free of plastic polybags, whether it is a parcel from the manufacturer or a standard package being delivered to a customer. Alternatively, Tentree employs FSC-Certified recycled paper inserts to properly and sustainably protect garments. This brand plans to have completely plastic-free and biodegradable or post-consumer recycled packaging in all key aspects of their business and supply chains by 2023.
Tentree works together with the environmental group GreenStep, to correctly analyze the environmental impact of their new apparel and accessories collections. This typically allows Tentree to accurately understand which specific aspects can continue to be improved upon. Tentree is additionally Certified Climate Neutral.
Materials used:Hemp Organic Cotton Recycled Polyester Tencel
Tentree is ethically-made. This brand is a Certified B Corporation; it prioritizes transparency, accountability, and puts an expressive focus on employee rights and employee benefits. All of Tentree’s factories and factory partners are listed on their official website, for all customers to view exactly where their products come from.
Tentree workers and factory partnered workers all receive a living wage. These workers’ hours and work schedules are closely monitored, to prevent over scheduling and safeguarding adequate rest days. Additionally, all workers have proper access to health insurance and healthcare. Tentree’s Code of Conduct strictly follows the Four Fundamental Freedom Principals of International Labour Standards and they regularly audit their partnered factories.
Tentree is not a vegan brand. This brand uses non-mulesed Merino wool and recycled wool in a minor portion of their products. However, Tentree does invariably carry many vegan products, and the considerable majority of their merchandise is fully vegan. Some of their bestselling vegan pieces are: the Treefleece Bamone Sweatpants, the Highline Cotton Sage Cardigan, the Twill Latitude Shorts, the Kids Madagascar Sun Bucket Hat, and the Mobius 35L Backpack. Tentree’s garments and accessories undoubtably contain no: leather, silk, fur, down, exotic animal skins or angora in any of them. Tentree has progressively replaced traditional leather with a vegan-friendly cork cotton blend, that they prominently use in many of their essential and top selling items.
Free shipping to the USA over $50, to Canada over $85, and to the UK over £50.
The brand ships to the following locations: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Mexico, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, United Kingdom and USA.
Returning items is easy and the cost is covered by the customer. There’s an additional return fee of $10. Their full return policy: “We will gladly accept the return of unworn items made within 30 days of the purchase date from tentree.com or tentree.ca. Items must remain unwashed and unworn with the original tags attached to be eligible for a return or exchange. A $10 return label fee will apply to all returns. The original shipping costs are also non-refundable.”
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