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People Tree Unisex Check Socks - Organic Certified Cotton
Luxuriously soft socks featuring checked design. Gift these socks to friends and family or treat yourself. A fun, playful addition to any simple outfit and ideal as loungewear paired with our organic essentials or nightwear sets. Made from 98% GOTS certified organic cotton and 2% elastane. Made by People Fair Trade producer partner Bulus socks.
98% Organic Certified Cotton 2% Elastane
Wash on low spin with mild detergent and with similar colours Do not soak, line dry in shade
People Tree uses natural fibers in its products that follow closed loop processes, such as Tencel. They also use GOTS certified organic cotton and promote organic farming. It is important for People Tree to protect the environment and avoid the use of chemicals of any kind, and to use biodegradable materials as much as possible.
People Tree's products are mainly manufactured in India and Bangladesh. People Tree wants to employ and provide work for rural artisans in developing countries to provide them with a livelihood, which means they don't have to travel to cities for work. The aim is to use handicraft skills as much as possible in People Tree's clothing to provide an income for families and help pay for things like schooling in Bangladesh. People Tree is committed to transparency and accountability in social conditions and they regularly undertake social reviews. Read People Tree’s social reviewhere.
For People Tree, environmental wellbeing is one of its main missions. All garments are dyed with low impact dyes that do not contain harmful azo chemicals often used in garment manufacturing. They use natural materials wherever possible and avoid plastics and toxic substances. People Tree hasn’t disclosed the annual absolute climate footprint of its 'own operations', and hasn’t accomplished an overall absolute climate footprint but they would like to do it in the future.
Read more about People Tree's sustainability here.