Progress driven by data
of corporate GHG emissions offset—totaling 18,251 tonnes of GHG.
miles of fabric saved. Enough to make 4,058 units of product.
of our factories now meet or exceed our code of conduct, we will be at 100% by 2023.
Taking small steps everyday towards an improved tomorrow.
metric tonnes CO2e generated and offset
average kg CO2e used per yard of shell fabric
average kg CO2e generated during the Everywhere product lifecycle
For the past 2 years we’ve worked with Climate Neutral, an independent non-profit organization, to measure our entire greenhouse gas footprint, implement plans to reduce emissions moving forward, and offset our entire 2022 carbon emissions.
Our GHG footprint for 2021 was 18,251 metric tonnes of CO2e. To balance that impact we've offset our emissions with credits from forests in California and Minnesota and from a wind farm in Brazil that will reduce global emissions by 18,251 metric tonnes CO2e.
The second way we are tackling carbon is by measuring our outerwear shell fabrics and evaluating carbon impacts during the selection process. We use the Higg Index to determine the greenhouse gas impact of each yard of fabric, so we know how to reduce our footprint. Future season fabric selection can be based on not only price and performance—but also planet.
In order to understand the impacts of our finished products, we have dedicated ourselves to measuring the carbon footprint of each Everywhere product using the Higg Product Module 1.0 (Higg PM 1.0 at Higg.org) developed by the Sustainable Apparel Coalition (SAC). We have tracked our carbon emissions through the following cradle-to-grave areas: materials, manufacturing, transportation, product use, and end of life.
Engineering ways to create more with less.
football fields of fabric saved
units of fabric saved—used toward additonal garments
fabric cutting efficiency
We take steps to increase our production efficiency of fabric used. By partnering with our factories we can analyze how to reduce fabric usage on every outerwear style we produce. This means that every year we save miles of fabric from going to the landfill and use this fabric in our products. This pioneering approach to sustainability only happens because of how deeply we care about sustainability and how respectfully we manage our supply chain relationships.
With our deep analysis we saved 7568 yards of fabric—75 football fields and more.
Since 2013, in response to the wasted textiles that end up in landfills, we have found ways to create unique products from our own leftovers and scraps. Fabric that would normally be trashed is upcycled into limited edition garments.
Looking out and giving back. The outdoors is for everyone.
more than 5,000 people working in our factories
of production audited via HIGG
groups given back to over the past year
We have onboarded manufacturing partners responsible for nearly 80% of our production onto the Higg Facility Social and Labor Model, which will allow factories to have greater ownership in making lasting systemic changes that provide better wages, health, and safety to the workers who produce our products. It also allows us to benchmark scores across the industry. We will be assessing recruitment and hiring, working hours, wages and benefits, employee treatment, employee involvement, health and safety, termination procedures, management systems, and ensuring facilities are empowering people and local communities.
We know there are over 5000 people employed by our manufacturing partners. We are trying to truly learn what we can do to improve their working conditions.
We have onboarded manufacturing partners responsible for nearly 80% of our production onto the Higg Facility Environmental Model, which will provide a clear picture of environmental impacts. This includes assessing environmental management systems, energy and greenhouse gas emissions, water use, wastewater, waste management, and chemical management.
By working towards reducing environmental impacts at our manufacturing partners, we are working to reduce environmental impacts in their surrounding communities as well. Those 5000 workers live in communities that are affected by water pollution and air pollution. We have started to measure those impacts so we can reduce them.
We aim to make a difference in our local community. Every year we partner with organizations and charities to help drive accessibility in the outdoors.
During the past year, we have proudly supported the following: Hoods to Woods, Service Board, SOS, Riding on Insulin, STAY, Ron Finely Foundation, Boys & Girls Club Hollywood, Boys & Girls Club Watts/Willowbrook, Charity: Water, B4BC, Shred Foundation, Revert Foundation, and Skate Like A Girl.
Manufacturing Goods Isn’t Sustainable