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At Primal Gray, we are always on the lookout for cutting-edge fabrics that utilize innovative production and dyeing processes in order to provide you with the lowest-impact garment that still looks and feels premium. The fabrics used to create our first collection have been sourced from within India, as well as imported from forward-thinking suppliers based in the EU and China.

One of our main missions at primal gray is to be environmentally conscious. Placing particular emphasis on simple, high-quality tailoring and ethically responsible production practices. We carefully handpick each of our premium fabrics in order to minimize resource intensity, carbon footprint, and harmful potential to human and environmental health and wellbeing. Certified by globally recognized sustainable textile and harmful substance reduction standards wherever possible. We have spent a year researching and finding fabrics that help us reduce the resources and wastages that come when producing garments. We use certified OEKO Tex and Fair trade Cotton Twills, Organic Terry Cottons, Organic Cotton Fleece, Global Recycled Standard Cotton Twills & Global Recycled Standard rPet Polyesters.

Our approach to ethical transparency begins with our materials. Depending on the intended use of each piece, we prioritize safe, organic or renewed materials that have a significantly reduced carbon and natural resource footprint but still offer the same functionality and premium experience. Just like organic vegetables at a grocery store, organic fibers like cotton or linen are grown without the use of any synthetic chemical pesticides or genetic modification (GMOs), within a rotation system that builds soil fertility and protects biodiversity. An organic system of agricultural production operates under established standards for environmental protection, animal welfare, and human safety, sustaining the health of ecosystems, soils, factory workers, and the end consumer (no harmful residues in the end product). Renewed fibers like rPET and recycled cotton, on the other hand, are manufactured from materials recovered from the waste stream. Instead of accumulating in a landfill where they would release planet-warming greenhouse gasses, these would-be waste materials are diverted, recycled, and returned to the market. Recycling existing fibers into renewed ones decreases the overall demand for virgin fiber, easing the burden on the planet’s strained resources to produce them. In line with leading international textile research and advocacy, we only use these preferred fibers in all Primal Gray garments. To maintain our commitment to ethical transparency and a high level of accountability in our supply chain, our fabrics are further certified by and Global Organic Textile Standard. This form of independent third-party verification allows us to make sure the organic or recycled content labels on your clothing are accurate. We also ensure every component of every piece is tested for harmful substances and meets the highest standards for human safety, certified by reputed organization OEKO-TEX.

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