Conscious Steps donates ONE BOOK for each pair of these socks sold to ROOM TO READ. That's on top of What's Good's 1% for the Planet donation. So much good here.
- Organic Cotton (and a little Spandex to make 'em fit well)
- Fair Trade Certified
- Ethically Sourced & Manufactured
- Vegan Certified
- Seamless Toe
BORING (BUT USEFUL) STUFF
These unisex socks come in two sizes:
Men's 4–8 / Women's 5–9
Men's 8–13 / Women's 9–14
Socks are composed of 75% organic, Fair Trade Certified cotton, 23% Polyamide and 2% Spandex. Conscious Step's entire supply chain is GOTS and Vegan certified. The crops are not treated with herbicides, insecticides, pesticides, and are not genetically modified.
Tags and boxes are made from recycled materials and is recyclable. The inks used are soy-based as well. Conscious Step is currently in the process of reducing all unnecessary packaging and using the most sustainable options when possible.
Manufactured in India (the largest grower of organic cotton in the world).
Ethical sourcing: No child labor, minimum wage compliance, overtime compensation and freedom of association for workers. Because all humans deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. Conscious Step's factory is constantly vetted by independent groups and regularly undergoes social and factory audits from recognized groups such as WRAP and SEDEX. They are certified by OEKO-TEX Certified, Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS) and Fair Trade International. Their representatives based in India visit regularly, and their U.S. team visits annually.
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Conscious Step was created to bring more awareness to the problems faced by the world today and the organizations fighting these problems.
To take a product that everyone uses and produce it in a way that gives back to the planet rather than taking from it.
We’re always working to ensure that the purchase of our products supports emerging markets, guarantees a fair wage and promotes environmental sustainability.
When we all make conscious decisions about our products and their impact on our planet, we can collectively move towards a brighter, poverty-free world.