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FoxFibre Socks: “Color Grown” Cotton

by Justin Thomas •

Socks don’t get much more natural than this. These socks are made of FoxFiber, a cotton that grows naturally in brown and green, so no dye is required to make these socks. The brown and green fibers will deepen with first couple of washings. We are glad to have tracked these down at Good Humans — FoxFibre clothing is difficult …

Attractive + Renewable = Metaoptimal

by Justin Thomas •

Attractive clothing that is also produced in co-ordination with our natural systems is metaoptimal. These are styles made from organic fibers and natural dyes. Benefits: Organic farming practices improve soil fertility, safeguard farm workers, health, and preserve the quality of the environment for future generations. Regular cotton is grown on roughly 3% of all cultivated land, yet accounts for 25% …

Maggie’s Socks: Functional Organics

by Justin Thomas •

Maggie’s Functional Organics has been manufacturing clothing apparel made from organic fibers for over ten years, specializing in socks. We have found their products to be of good quality. The clothing is made from certified organic cotton, wool, linen and pesticide-free hemp. Here is their FAQ page for details about how their products are manufactured. Home Page: Maggie’s Organic Available …

Patagonia: Effective Clothing

by Justin Thomas •

Patagonia is one of the more well-known environmentally conscious corporations, and rightly so. Not all their materials and processes are metaefficient, but they are definitely an example of a viable eco-effective company. Patagonia makes use of organic cotton, organic wool, cashmere, hemp and recycled plastic fleece in their clothing. They also have many environmental initiatives in place, the details of …