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Code of Conduct
Everything you wear has an impact.
We're committed to lowering our impact on the environment, and empowering the communities where we live and work.
Miguel harvesting organic cotton for our Sojourn Pocket Tees in Peru
Outerknown aspires to engage with civil society, governments, the private sector, and peers to affect systemic change of labor and environmental challenges in countries where we live and work.
The vintage flannel archive at Teviz in Portugal,
one of the pioneers in manufacturing organic fabrics.
Outerknown aspires to engage with civil society, governments, the private sector, and peers to affect systemic change of labor and environmental challenges in countries where we live and work.

Our clothes aren’t just built better, they’re built responsibly. Here’s how we can make that claim:

Our Code of Conduct shapes our core values into a plan for our partners and ourselves.

We stand behind our words. Our partners do too. To make sure that all of our suppliers are following our Code, independent monitors are built into the process, keeping everyone accountable and inspiring continuous improvement.

We recognize that every country has its own viewpoint. Our partners operate in legal and cultural environments that are different than ours. But no matter where they are, we work together to ensure that our Code is being followed.

Alpaca fiber is key in our supply chain, and has been integral to indigenous Peruvian culture for centuries.
Chen Fang, our Fair Labor Association accredited supplier
Chen Feng, our Fair Labor Association accredited supplier

We’re thinking far beyond clothing. Outerknown aspires to work with businesses, governments, and throughout our community to create deep and lasting changes in labor and environmental practices all over the world. Our partnerships are built around transparency, collaboration, and shared values.

This isn’t normal. This is an uprising: of responsible innovation, sustainable collaboration, better materials, transparent communities, and all around good vibes.

Alpaca fiber is key in our supply chain, and has been integral to indigenous Peruvian culture for centuries.

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