Ecōths Grows Commitment to People, Planet and Product in Spring ‘19

July 6, 2018

More eco-friendly fabrics and Fair Trade Certified™ styles combined with dedicated give back program are a trifecta of sustainability

Reno, NV – Family-owned and operated Ecōths men’s clothing company is expanding their sustainable offerings in Spring ’19 to include recycled polyester and hemp fabrics and more Fair Trade Certified styles. Ecōths dedication to sustainability goes beyond just using sustainable fabrics. As a brand they believe that by supporting others, whether it be through partnering with Fair Trade Certified factories to improve workers livlihood or feeding people through their Good Sam Program where they donate three meals for every garment sold, they are helping to create a sustainable culture which directly affects and uplifts all people around the world. Since 2014, Ecōths has donated almost 350,000 meals and the number will continue to climb through the end of 2018. Ecōths’ Spring ’19 collection includes functional, stylish and comfortable clothing for urban adventurers and outdoor enthusiasts who are looking for styles that can easily take them from the office to the trail. Styles include organic cotton and recycled polyester tees and polos, woven shirts with unique details like the built-in Handy Cloth microfiber cleaning cloth for glasses and phones,  and shorts made for days when adventure awaits. Additionally, 55% of the Spring ’19 line will be produced in Fair Trade Certified factories.

Combining the look of a nice pair of cotton twill shorts with the functionality of swim trunks, the Griffith Hybrid Shorts ($69), made from lightweight, quick drying, recycled polyester, heathered twill, can be worn to work with a nice button down shirt or to that new favorite swimming hole for a quick dip. The Griffith Hybrid Short features a secure zip pocket on the right leg and right back pocket to keep valuables safe, drain holes inside pocket liners keep the water out after a swim, and an internal contrast draw cord keeps the waist secure, for the ultimate ‘hybrid short’. The Chase SS ($75) and Maverick SS ($75) shirts are designed with the adventure traveler in mind. A recycled poly blend makes the shirt lightweight with cool-to-the-touch features for hot summer days. Both styles have side mesh vents that are hidden from view for comfort and cooling, and simple designs make it a shirt that can be worn anywhere. As with all of Ecōths’ woven shirts, both of these styles have the Handy Cloth microfiber cleaning cloth sewn in under the front placket.

The Dixon Short ($65)  has the ultimate sustainability story. Made from a blend of extremely durable hemp and recycled polyester, these shorts have great abrasion and UV resistance, and can withstand the rigors of an adventurous life. Made for travel, the Dixon Short is incredibly soft, has a little bit of stretch for comfort and shape retention, and doesn’t wrinkle easily. Pair it with the Beckham SS ($79) for a day on the trail. This organic cotton and Coolmax blend woven is designed for being outdoors. Hidden side mesh vents keep hikers cool and dry, and a zippered front pocket keeps important items safe and secure.

These styles and the rest of Ecōths’ Spring ’19 collection can be seen at Outdoor Retailer in Denver, July 22 – 26, 2018, Booth # 48045-UL and WWIN in Las Vegas, August 13-16, 2018 Booth #A2212-A2214. For additional information please contact Angie Robinson at angie@darbycommunications.com.

About Ecōths

A harmonious blend of Eco and Ethos, Ecōths is unparalleled in its combination of unique styling details, sustainable fabrics and approach to being a brand with a true soul. Based in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Ecōths is passionate about making conscious choices, such as using sustainable materials and partnering with Fair Trade Certified Factories. For every Ecōths garment purchased, three meals will be provided to someone in need through regional food banks. Ecōths mission is simple; bring together the triple bottom line of People, Planet and Product. Since 2014, Ecōths has donated 350,000 meals. At Ecōths, ECO is our ETHOS.