Arvin have a simple mission to “Make The Cleanest Basics On The Planet”
Worn for good.
Because socks are terrible for the environment. The average pair of socks takes 50+ gallons of fresh water to create. 85% of used textiles end up as landfill waste.
To make that happen, they use a manufacturing process that’s as efficient as it is responsible. They use recycled and/or discarded apparel scraps to create the softest and comfiest socks around. The process requires almost zero water, and no harmful chemicals or dyes. It also works really, really well. And once more brands are clued in (they’re currently helping a few), it’s going to change the apparel industry for the better—for good.