asheville, north carolina blue journey scarf on a log over a stream

The apparel industry is one of the biggest polluters on the planet. Textile mills create one-fifth of the world's industrial water pollution and use 20,000 chemicals, many of them carcinogenic, to make clothes. Just by choosing to buy sustainable clothing, such as our travel wrap, consumers can help solve this problem. 

We are committed to sustainable design in every phase of production. From the materials we use in our fabrics to how and where those fabrics are made, every decision is guided by our mission to be socially and environmentally responsible. 

Our packaging is made from 100% recycled materials. Our poly bags are biodegradable. Our clothes are made to enjoy the outdoors, not to harm it.  

The Journey Scarf travel wrap originates in a solar-powered facility in North Carolina where discarded plastic is sorted by color. The plastic is spun into fine polyester yarn and blended with cotton to create a knit jersey fabric. No chemical dyes are used to make the fabric - the colors come purely from the recycled item. And, the manufacturing plant is powered by solar energy, so no carbon emissions are generated.