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Non-Sweatshop companies?

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Which companies make clothing in non-sweatshop settings / factories? Are any of them represented, directly or indirectly (designers that use AA shirts as a base) on the forum?

Jon.
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We do...
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Off the top of my head, Engineered Garments, Helmet of the Will, Edun, Apolis Activism, and 5EP all use good labor practices.
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Just about anything made in Japan would qualify as well...
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What about Rag & Bone? All their stuff is made in America.
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What about Rag & Bone? All their stuff is made in America.

Earnest Sewn as well? Don't buy Levi's for sure.
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Don't buy Levi's for sure.

what about the more expensive levis lines, lvc for example?
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what about the more expensive levis lines, lvc for example?

I thought around 1999 or so they moved the last of their factories to Asia. I was reading that their biggest line is the Wal*Mart line. Sad really. Many companies do the most business at Wal*Mart, another reason to not shop there. We could start a whole different thread on this though.
post #9 of 49
sad indeed, esp. given the fact that levis are considered "original american" just like zippo or cadillac (at least in europe)!
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Loomstate (apparel)
Camper (shoes)
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Nudies
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a silent chaos, wrath arcane.

any pro usa company, is a step in all the right directions
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corpus is made in the usa iirc
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Nudies
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Thread Starter 
Sweet! Any more?

Jon.
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