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Everywhere is the first and only closed loop blank apparel brand.
We make garments out of 100% recycled cotton, upending the take, make, waste apparel industry standard.
Each garment includes instructions for recycling and reincorporation back into the supply chain through our closed loop system.
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Saves gallons of water

Equivalent of years of drinking water for one person

carbon emissions (fibers)

Prevents the release of lbs of atmospheric carbon

Reduces landfill waste by lbs

Equivalent of bananas for scale 🍌

Esteve-Turrillas, F. A., and M. de la Guardia. “Environmental Impact of Recover Cotton in Textile Industry.” Resources, Conservation and Recycling, vol. 116, Jan. 2017, pp. 107–15.
Wendin, Marcus. LCA on Recycling Cotton. 2016.
The Life Cycle Assessment of Organic Cotton Fiber. Textile Exchange. 2014.


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Our closed loop 100% recycled cotton blanks are available for immediate delivery and are ideal for screenprinting, DTG, embroidery, overdyeing and any other type of decoration.

ASI: 53059 PPAI: 795141

Easy Online Ordering

Purchase bulk blanks online with the click of a button

Media Library

Access premium assets and collateral to support sales efforts

Always in Stock

Ships within 48 hours from our Nevada warehouse

Sustainability Reporting

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Digital Financing

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  • "Everywhere's recycled T-Shirt in Grey is the best plain tee I've ever owned"

  • "Everywhere recycles unsold concert T-Shirts into face masks during the pandemic"

  • "Everywhere teams up with Bob Weir and Dave Schools to create recycled masks"

Really Recycled (GRS Certified)

The Global Recycled Standard (GRS) is an international, voluntary, full product standard that sets requirements for third-party certification of recycled content, chain of custody, social and environmental practices, and chemical restrictions. The goal of the GRS is to increase use of recycled materials in products and reduce/eliminate the harm caused by its production.

The GRS uses the ISO 14021 definition of Recycled Content, with interpretations based on the US Federal Trade Commission Green Guides; the intention is to comply with the most widely recognized and stringent definitions.