Securing your products with valid data & full transparency

Securing valid information

Certifications does not make a product "sustainable" in any way, but it is a key tool in the blockchain steps to have full transparency and valid data over a product range. The data we work with and comply to is made with Control Union, which is a third part auditor of our company and our facilities.

Our license number in Control Union is CU1001697, which you can find on all products we are certifying (which currently is more than 90% of our collection)

It is a costly process to be certified, but we think it is necessary to have a third-part audit annually to comply to our responsibility goals.

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Certifications we work with


(Responsible Wool Standard) 

A certication that are used for wool products, such as the Superino technology and our knitwear.

When you are buying a wool product it can be hard to find out exactly where the wool comes from, where it was collected and how it was collected. In this particular case a RWS certification is a great tool for transparency and your guarentee for animal welfare in the productional phase.

The RWS certification requires full transaprency through the whole supply chain just like the GOTS and GRS certification.

We are not yet certified with the RWS certification, but are working on it to be later in 2024.


(Fair Wear Foundation)

Most commonly known as an independent, non-profit organisation that works to improve conditions for workers in garment factories.

FWF's mission is to see a world where the garment industry supports workers in
realising their rights to safe, dignified, properly paid employment.

We are not members of the FWF yet, but our manufacturing facilities are, which is a key element for us, chosing suppliers in abroad countries for productional processes.


(Forest Stewardship Council)

FSC confirms that the forest is being managed in a way that
preserves biological diversity and benefits the lives of local people and
workers, while ensuring it sustains economic viability. 

All of our hangtags and paperwork are FSC certified, which is a standard term working with the certifications we work with. This includes all the shipping boxes and labels we are sending out from our warehouse.

FSC are managed to strict environmental, social and
economic standards. There are ten principles that any forest operation must adhere to
before it can receive FSC forest management certification.

Swan Mark

(Swan mark)

When a product is labelled with the Swan Mark or the EU flower it is a guarantee that it fullfills the high standards for environmental and social standards in the productional phase and is at a proper quality.

NOTE: You can only make a swan mark textile product, if you comply to the GOTS certification and a licensed.

We have chosen to be GOTS certified, which covers the full
supply chain.


(Organic Content Standard)

The Organic Content Standard (OCS) is an international, voluntary standard that provides chain of custody verification for materials originating on a farm certified to recognized national organic standards. The standard is used to verify organically grown raw materials from the farm to the final product.


(Regenerated Nylon)

Econyl regenerated nylon is a product introduced in 2011 by Aquafil.

The fabric is made entirely from ocean and landfill waste, such as industrial plastic, fabric scraps from clothing manufacturing companies, old carpets and "ghost nets".

We do not have any products in our range of outdoor wear, that contain Econyl fabrics, but we have a partnership contract that we are certified to use the Econyl standard if we wish to.

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