Closing the loop on plastic

Between 4.8 and 12.7 million tonnes of plastic enter the ocean every year. This doesn’t even account for the mountains of plastic that are incinerated or sent to landfill. Despite growing public awareness of the problem, the rate at which our societies produce plastic waste is not relenting, and there is so much already out there.

That’s why we believe we need to rethink how we view plastic waste;

A material resource...not just pollution.

Plastic, polymer-based fabrics offer durability and high performance, extending the lifetime of a garment. However, they are extracted from petroleum, an unsustainable and finite resource. Producing fabrics made from recycled plastics reduces our reliance on fossil fuels, requires considerably less energy and water, and reduces air pollution.

Not all recycled plastics are what they seem, so checking for certifications is vital to ensuring the legitimacy of the material. The synthetic fabrics we source are GRS certified; an independent international full product standard, covering chain of custody (where the plastic comes from and who deals with it along the way), as well as social and environmental practices.

Global Recycled Standard

Because you can't tell the difference between recycled plastic and virgin plastic, it's important to look for certifications wherever possible when you purchase.

Posted with care

All orders are sent out in 100% recyclable FSC Certified paper mailers.

Original-Series comes in a biodegradable bags that are needed to keep your Robie looking its best when it gets to you.

We send Dry-Series it its own drawstring bag ensuring our all recycled, waterproof changing robe has little adverse impact on the environment.

Be 1% Better

Our commitment to the planet doesn't end with how we make our products. We are also committing 1% of our sales to organisations focused on doing more to create a better future.