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Less water, less energy, and more conscious construction.

We source the finest raw materials from suppliers who share in our mission and excel in social and environmental responsibility. Every button, rivet, and stitch is carefully selected by our designers with intention to minimise impact on the environment and to mitigate the risk of exploitation in our supply chain.

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Buttons and Rivets

Timay and Tempo is the supplier of buttons and rivets for Outland Denim. Timay and Tempo’s facilities are environmentally friendly and tested for the use of harmful chemicals, demonstrating commitment to human and environmental health and safety.

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Our organic cotton, which uses 91 per cent less blue water (fresh surface or groundwater sources) than conventional cotton, is sourced from Bossa Denim. Industry leaders in sustainability, Bossa has been actively involved in environmental and ethical issues since its inception in 1951.

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The use of toxic synthetic indigo dye poses a major threat to environmental and human health in and near manufacturing facilities. Outland Denim addresses this issue by prioritising the use of natural indigo dyes for its denim derived from a plant species called Indigofera.

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Outland’s chosen power supplier for our Australian headquarters is POWERSHOP, Australasia's largest 100% renewable generator. POWERSHOP is certified carbon neutral, and was ranked Australia's greenest power company by Greenpeace for two years running.

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Freight and Shipping

In order to get our jeans to you, they sail, fly and drive all around the world. Outland Denim seeks to use transport and packaging services that minimize environmental impact.

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Jacron Brand Patch

Frameless Asia, Outland Denim’s supplier of Jacron patches, have established environmental improvement programs in the areas of production, safety, water and air emissions, and OHS. Frameless Asia patches are made with zero harmful chemicals.

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Leather Brand Patch

Packer Leather is a fifth-generation, family owned leather producer in Queensland, Australia. Adhering to European restricted substance lists, recycling 40% of water used, utilising solar and significantly reducing the consumption of natural gas and release of CO2.

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Each Outland Denim piece bought online is delivered to our customers in a recyclable and compostable cardboard box from Austcor, that has been designed for easy re-use in the event a return or exchange is required, as well as a ‘thank you’ card made from 100% post-consumer waste.

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Pocket Lining

Outland Denim’s pocket linings are crafted from 35% recycled polyester, 35% virgin polyester, and 30% Better Cotton Initiative Cotton. The recycled polyester is made from REPREVE, a fiber made from recycled plastic bottles. 100% of the wastewater from the facility manufacturing the pocket lining is recycled.

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Coats, Outland Denim’s supplier of thread, is a community driven company whose sustainability efforts begin in reducing water use and greenhouse gas emissions, and extends to investment in charity partnerships and community education. Coats employees receive a fair wage.

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Tote bags

Each Outland Denim piece is delivered in a premium branded tote bag made in-house by our entry-level seamstresses. Our totes are crafted from locally sourced remnant fabric.

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YKK, Outland Denim’s supplier of zippers, take a holistic approach to supporting their workers by providing free health examinations and various other avenues of support and benefits. Industry leaders in sustainability, YKK is an award winning company in the area of biodiversity protection.

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Labels and Tags

We source labels and tags from QLM Label Makers and CJ Labels. Both based in Cambodia, QLM Label Makers and CJ Labels have been selected for their transparency and environmental sustainability.