SUSTAINABILITY

A sustainable fashion picture showing smiling employees in an ethical Indian factory holding up signs that say: 'I made your clothes'.

ETHICAL & QUALITY MANUFACTURING

Sweatshops are everywhere. Not just in Asia, but even in the UK & USA! Google 'California sweatshops' and you'll see what we mean. You'll realize that 'Made in the USA' doesn't always neccessitate it's ethically made.

Unfair wages and excessive hours are all part and parcel of sweatshops. That's why many fast fashion brands can sell at ultra-low prices. They can easily sell a t-shirt at $5 when their garment workers are paid next to nothing. The quality is usually ridiculously poor too.

Worker exploitation and poor quality throwaway fashion are our red lines. The factories we source from are all GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified. That means a certifying body regularly inspects these factories to check their workers are paid livable wages, paid overtime and work in safe conditions.

Because our workers are paid decently, we actually pay our suppliers more for a single t-shirt than what fast fashion brands sell for. But that's a small price to pay for an ethical supply chain and superior quality slow fashion that lasts wash after wash.

Just Tall supplier list.

SUPPLIER TRANSPARENCY

We don't do greenwashing. That's when a business misleads customers by falsely claiming to be ethical and friendly to the environment. Businesses wanting to jump on the environmental bandwagon should prove how they're making a difference.

It can be risky for micro businesses like us to disclose their suppliers. Our much bigger competitors could walk all over us with this knowledge. But the benefit of you knowing exactly who we deal with is a no-brainer. It helps builds trust that we do actually care about ethics & sustainability.

Our current apparel supplier is GOTS certified. That means they process organic fabrics. It also means their workers are paid fairly, paid overtime and receive other benefits such as pension contributions.

Scan the QR code on the infographic to verify them on the official GOTS website.

An infographic showing that organic cotton uses up to 90% less water than normal cotton in production.

SUSTAINABLE FABRICS

Standard, non sustainanble fabrics harm people and ruin the planet. Polyester is a man made fabric. The manufacturing process releases chemical toxins which pollute the air and harm factory workers.

Standard cotton is another unsustainable fabric. Growing cotton needs huge amounts of water. It can take up to 5,400 500ml bottles of water to make just one cotton t-shirt. Growing standard cotton also needs chemical fertilizers which harm the soil, surrounding vegetation and the wildlife depending on it.

We only use sustainable fabrics such as GOTS certified 100% organic cotton. Growing organic cotton consumes up to 90% less water during production and uses only natural fertilizers.

An infographic showing that we are only order in limited batches and sell 100% of our stock, in opposition to fast fashion brands who over produce and have dead stock that ends up in landfills.

LIMITED QUANTITIES

Fast fashion brands have deep pockets. They're so deep that they'll overbuy inventory, seduced by deep factory discounts for ordering huge quantities. A percentage of that inventory won't get sold. This unsold stock (deadstock) can end up in landfills or in incinerators. What a waste.

We hate waste, especially apparel waste. For us, less is always more. We only order according to market demand, even if it means we have to pay more for limited quantities. This helps us to sell 100% of our inventory with zero wastage, taking pressure off the supply chain.

An infographic showing our polymailers are made of 100% recycled plastic.

RECYCLED POLY MAILERS

We use way too much plastic - up to 5 trillion plastic bags worldwide every year. That's 5,000,000,000,000! Around 10% of all plastic ends up in the world's oceans. And only 9% of all plastic actually gets recycled. The rest is only used once and can end up at landfills. Horrific.

We're doing our part in reducing plastic use. All our (cool) black poly mailers are made from 100% post-recycled plastic. That means the plastic in them had already been used somewhere else. And you can recycle our poly mailers again. After ripping out your lovely tall menswear in delight, of course.

A sustainable fashion picture showing smiling employees in an ethical Indian factory holding up signs that say: 'I made your clothes'.

ETHICAL & QUALITY MANUFACTURING

Sweatshops are everywhere. Not just in Asia, but even in the UK & USA! Google 'California sweatshops' and you'll see what we mean. You'll realize that 'Made in the USA' doesn't always neccessitate it's ethically made.

Unfair wages and excessive hours are all part and parcel of sweatshops. That's why many fast fashion brands can sell at ultra-low prices. They can easily sell a t-shirt at $5 when their garment workers are paid next to nothing. The quality is usually ridiculously poor too.

Worker exploitation and poor quality throwaway fashion are our red lines. The factories we source from are all GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified. That means a certifying body regularly inspects these factories to check their workers are paid livable wages, paid overtime and work in safe conditions.

Because our workers are paid decently, we actually pay our suppliers more for a single t-shirt than what fast fashion brands sell for. But that's a small price to pay for an ethical supply chain and superior quality slow fashion that lasts wash after wash..

Just Tall supplier list.

SUPPLIER TRANSPARENCY

We don't do greenwashing. That's when a business misleads customers by falsely claiming to be ethical and friendly to the environment. Businesses wanting to jump on the environmental bandwagon should prove how they're making a difference.

It can be risky for micro businesses like us to disclose their suppliers. Our much bigger competitors could walk all over us with this knowledge. But the benefit of you knowing exactly who we deal with is a no-brainer. It helps builds trust that we do actually care about ethics & sustainability.

Our current apparel supplier is GOTS certified. That means they process organic fabrics. It also means their workers are paid fairly, paid overtime and receive other benefits such as pension contributions.

Scan the QR code on the infographic to verify them on the official GOTS website.

An infographic showing that organic cotton uses up to 90% less water than normal cotton in production.

SUSTAINABLE FABRICS

Standard, non sustainanble fabrics harm people and ruin the planet. Polyester is a man made fabric. The manufacturing process releases chemical toxins which pollute the air and harm factory workers.

Standard cotton is another unsustainable fabric. Growing cotton needs huge amounts of water. It can take up to 5,400 500ml bottles of water to make just one cotton t-shirt. Growing standard cotton also needs chemical fertilizers which harm the soil, surrounding vegetation and the wildlife depending on it.

We only use sustainable fabrics such as GOTS certified 100% organic cotton. Growing organic cotton consumes up to 90% less water during production and uses only natural fertilizers.

An infographic showing that we are only order in limited batches and sell 100% of our stock, in opposition to fast fashion brands who over produce and have dead stock that ends up in landfills.

LIMITED QUANTITIES

Fast fashion brands have deep pockets. They're so deep that they'll overbuy inventory, seduced by deep factory discounts for ordering huge quantities. A percentage of that inventory won't get sold. This unsold stock (deadstock) can end up in landfills or in incinerators. What a waste.

We hate waste, especially apparel waste. For us, less is always more. We only order according to market demand, even if it means we have to pay more for limited quantities. This helps us to sell 100% of our inventory with zero wastage, taking pressure off the supply chain.

An infographic showing our polymailers are made of 100% recycled plastic.

RECYCLED POLY MAILERS

We use way too much plastic - up to 5 trillion plastic bags worldwide every year. That's 5,000,000,000,000! Around 10% of all plastic ends up in the world's oceans. And only 9% of all plastic actually gets recycled. The rest is only used once and can end up at landfills. Horrific.

We're doing our part in reducing plastic use. All our (cool) black poly mailers are made from 100% post-recycled plastic. That means the plastic in them had already been used somewhere else. And you can recycle our poly mailers again. After ripping out your lovely tall menswear in delight, of course.

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