What makes a Canadian eco-friendly sustainable clothing brand?

Posted by Nicolas Mekchoudi on

When every brands now claim a green benefit, jump on the eco-fashion bandwagon, the only original premise of our Toronto made clothing brand has always been sustainability and nature, that in turns bring comfort, skin friendliness and performance.

Activn Natural Activewear environmental friendly from production to recycling:

  • Made and designed in Canada: Activn is designed in downtown Toronto, manufactured in the East End of Toronto with a fabric originating from Vancouver
  • Environmental Certifications: Activn works with fabric suppliers that are striving to reduce the collective impact of production on the environment and are committed to creating safer working conditions for all employees.Therefore our clothing labels have 2 certifications:
  • Biodegradable, Botanical Origin: Tencel comes from organic renewable natural resources and earth friendly ecological processes. Lenzing TENCEL™ Lyocell fibers are derived from the pulp of trees. The wood used is harvested from certified and controlled source in sustainably managed plantations. The fibers are produced in a closed-loop ethical process that recovers and reuses 99% of the chemicals used and most natural fibers are compostable and biodegradable in soil and marine conditions
  • Less chemicals: Natural Thermal regulation:The smooth fiber surface absorbs moisture efficiently. This supports the body’s natural thermal regulating mechanism and help to stay cooler in warm temperatures and warmer in cold temperatures without the addition of chemicals
  • Less washing: Clothing unfavorable for bacterial growth & odor: The fibers absorb moisture efficiently. In comparison to synthetics (Polyester, nylon) there is less available moisture formed on the surface of the fiber for bacteria to grow offering better hygienic qualities to fabrics: Less odour, sweat stains, therefore longer freshness and less washing.

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