Two billion t-shirts are consumed worldwide each year. Nearly all of these shirts are produced from cheap materials that are sourced from far away locations. The shirts are sewn together by people who receive bare minimum compensation for their work. Allmade is committed to making it better. The t-shirts are made using USA sourced organic cotton grown in Texas, soft and durable Modal, and REPREVE recycled polyester. The shirts are cut & sewn in Haiti by people who earn a living wage. The production facility where the shirts are produced directs profits to orphan care and orphan prevention. The end result is a socially responsible, environmentally conscious, and a superior quality t-shirt that is made to last.
The Allmade story began in November 2016 when a screen print supplier and ten of the country’s leading screen printers traveled to Haiti. Realizing the positive impact that could be made on the people of Haiti and the environment, the team set out to create a better shirt for a better tomorrow.
Organic and recycled materials are sourced and processed domestically funding American jobs and reducing shipping pollution and the overall carbon footprint. The shirts are cut and sewn in Haiti, providing dignified and living wage jobs.
The company is dedicated to making a superior quality shirt, continuously reducing environmental impact, and giving back fairly to the hands that create it.