Arvin Goods - the cleanest socks in the world.
Harry Fricker, the brand's co-founder and ambassador, launched his own design agency a few years ago, specializing in three industries: the outdoors, product design and sustainable fashion. The perfect starting point for an ecological fashion label.
Unfuck the World!
Arvin Goods produces stylish socks under a simple motto: recover, return, repeat! By using recycled textile waste, the company saves on water and energy that are normally wasted in cotton plants. All textiles are broken down into their basic fibers step-by-step, and then mixed with different threads to produce a fabric that is both versatile and comfortable. These textiles include:
- Reclaimed cotton - cotton scraps salvaged from all over the world, ideally from manufacturers tha refrain from high water consumption, chemicals, or toxic dyes.
- Econyl - a regenerated nylon yarn derived from old fishing nets and old carpets... materials that would otherwise be floating in our oceans or be taken to landfills.
- Polylana - a sustainable alternative to 100% acrylic.
Also, worn Arvin accessories can be returned to the Material Recycling Center again and again, full circle.