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Product made in a Fair Trade Certified Factory. The standards governing this certification aim to bring more income and empowerment to workers in facilities that produce Fair Trade Certified products and to ensure fair working conditions between factories and buyers, incentivizing long-term relationships and higher wages.
The Higg Index is a self-assessment tool that measures sustainability, scoring environmental, social and labor processes. As a member of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition, we use the Higg Index to measure, share, and benchmark sustainability at every stage of a product's development.
The bluesign® system eliminates harmful substances from the manufacturing process and sets and controls standards for an environmentally friendly and safe production cycle.
We are proud to partner with The Renewal Workshop, an apparel company that cleans, repairs, and resells apparel from brand partners. They work with TERSUS Solutions, a cleaning technology that allows them to get their Renewed Apparel to a clean-as-new quality without water.
Mountain Khakis believes that diversity of thought, experience, and people is critical to a company's success. This is why we were one of the original signers of the CEO Pledge, a national initiative that provides a platform for member companies to establish women's leadership as a strategic business imperative. To date, over 60 companies have committed to attracting, retaining, and advancing women in their workplaces.
The Outdoor Industry Association (OIA) works with members and stakeholder groups to influence outdoor recreation and trade policy, sustainable business innovation and outdoor participation. Mountain Khakis is a member of the Sustainability Working Group, which works to identify and implement better business practices, and the Recreation Advisory Council, which provides guidance to OIA on recreation-related policy issues.
The Conservation Alliance funds grassroots organizations to protect wild places. Currently, they have more than 200 member companies and plan to give over $1.8 million to partner organizations in 2017.
The Outdoor Foundation is a non-profit focused in building the next generation of outdoor enthusiasts. By creating and supporting outdoor education programs they aim to inspire a united voice to advocate for policy issues.
Our mission is to build long-term partnerships and increase the impact of grassroots organizations that seek to protect and promote the diverse values of the outdoor lifestyle and the communities in which MK is present. We support 600+ charitable events annually.