Allmade was started by regular people, for regular people, just like you. Allmade’s ten founders found common thread to create a better shirt. As simple screen printers, they started with a desire to create a great shirt to print on, but ended with a shirt you can feel great about. When we started in 2017, we were no experts and didn’t know a thing about making apparel nor its impact, but through exploration and education we learned the impact we could have on people and planet by doing it differently. Will you make the choice to learn about your impact and how you can make a difference?
The Allmade story started when we traveled to Haiti together and experienced first-hand the economic and environmental challenges experienced by garment workers. We realized what a positive impact we could have by creating dignified fair wage jobs that empower the proud people of Haiti to take care of themselves and their families. We returned wholly committed to breaking the cycle of poverty and child abandonment in Haiti, while reducing our industry’s impact on the environment.
Repreve® polyester from recycled plastic, like water bottles, forms the foundation of the tri-blend. (Aluminum Grey and Vino Red include 25% recycled polyester).
TENCEL™ Modal sourced from sustainable beech trees build out the luxe feel of the shirt.
Organic, US-grown, combed, ring-spun cotton is used for a soft, natural fabric.
Over 60 million plastic water bottles are thrown away each day, ending up in landfills or the ocean. With each Allmade® t-shirt you help prevent an equivalent of up to 6 recycled plastic bottles from going into the ocean, keeping oceans clean, and fish healthy.
Water should be for fish, drinking and crops. Allmade® tees are crafted with less water than conventional tees throughout the production process, so there's more H20 left for living things. Don't leave the planet thirsty.
We all know the impact carbon has on our environment. Allmade® t-shirts are made with a unique blend of fibers that help reduce the carbon footprint of our shirts... and yours.