Fun Fact: You always fancied the sweater legendary musician and artist Björk wore on her debut album cover? Komodo produced it!
Since the beginning of the brand, they work mostly with family-run businesses with whom they are in constant exchange. At their regular factory visits, they try to ensure high standards and help them to change for good. Most of their suppliers even hold certifications like SA8000 and GOTS.
To improve things on a global scale, Komodo always supports charities and social projects in the production countries with raising awareness and funds, trying to help restore rainforests, supporting the rebuilding of Tibet after the earthquake in 2016 or working with an orphanage in Nepal.
But they have not stopped evolving. Their buttons are even made from a natural plant-based resing which is completely biodegradable!
Apart from their mulesing-free wool products and some leather details on bags and backpacks, they try to include as many vegan products as possible.
🇮🇳 Made in India
🇨🇳 Made in China
🇳🇵 Made in Nepal
🇮🇩 Made in Indonesia
🌻 Organic Cotton, Hemp, Linen
🐑 Mulesing-free wool
♻️ Recycled rubber and natural rubber soles
♻️ Recycled PU footbeds for shoes
🌳 TENCEL™ (wood pulp from sustainably grown trees - closed loop process)
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