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Arvin Goods unveils latest socks collection


Seattle-based sustainable apparel brand, Arvin Goods has unveiled its latest socks collection crafted from Recover recycled cotton fiber. 

The newest launch showcases crew socks composed of 79 per cent recycled materials, with 43 per cent being recycled polyester and 36 per cent derived from 

Recover recycled cotton fiber. According to Recover, their proprietary recycled fiber is among the most environmentally friendly options available, significantly reducing the carbon and water footprint of the apparel supply chain. It's estimated that manufacturing just one pair of Arvin Goods socks made with 36 per cent Recover fiber saves up to 18 gallons of water compared to conventional cotton pairs.

Boris Mercier, SVP Marketing, Recover, avers, the brand’s continued collaboration with Arvin Goods stems from a shared dedication to circular fashion that upholds quality, comfort, and style. 

Dustin Winegardner, Managing Partner, Arvin Goods, adds, the company’s partnership with Recover and the Ferre family has been integral since its inception. It advances its mission to provide the ‘The Cleanest Basics on the Planet’ by sourcing materials from Spain and manufacturing in nearby Portugal.

Paqui Ferre, Director-Sales and Marketing Director, Ferre, adds, the company’s iconic FBlue yarn, known for its circularity, performance, and color accuracy is used by Arvin. This along with Recover recycled cotton addresses the growing demand for sustainably sourced yarns while offering vibrant colors for Arvin Goods products.



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