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The Vision

Entering 2024, I am working the business in a direction that puts sustainable practices at the forefront of our business operations. I believe that for makers to be socially and environmentally conscious in their creating, there needs to be significant action taken by suppliers to make sustainable materials more accessible. Sustainable supplies should be the standard, not an option.


Sustainable Supplies

From the lenses of the triple bottom line, sustainable supplies should be made following environmentally and socially sustainable practices with the ultimate goal to benefit the greater good by putting people and the environment first.

Sustainable Practices

The Plan

Moving ahead, Mozet Supplies will:

  • Whenever possible, seek to sell products that are made with recycled materials from companies that follow sustainable, certifiable standards and manufacturing processes.
  • Keep the conversation going with mills and brands who currently do not offer sustainable supplies.
  • Seek advice from other brands (Yama Mountain Gear for example) on how they are approaching sustainability.
  • Work with brands and mills to keep deadstock and production leftover materials out of landfills.
  • Continue to educate ourselves on ways we can improve and actions we can take to make the business more sustainable.

Our Products

Brand Examples

Woojin Plastics

GRS® certified, our new Woojin hardware uses plastic sprue-runner leftover from making other Woojin buckles. These leftovers are collected over time, ground down into tiny chips, and then used to make pre-consumer recycled buckles. This helps to make the manufacturing process more efficient, keeping industrial by-product out of landfills.

What's what

Quick info on key certifications and standards promoting sustainability in our supply chain, each with an impact on Mozet Supplies.

bluesign® System Partners

bluesign® works in the supply chain to approve products that are safe for the environment, workers and customers. Their System Partners are those who truly understand the power of reducing environmental impact.


OEKO-TEX® STANDARD 100 certified products confirm that every component of the product, from the fabric to the thread and accessories, has been rigorously tested against a list of up to 350 toxic chemicals.

Textile Exchange

A non-profit company incorporated in 2002, committed to the responsible expansion of textile sustainability across the global textile value chain.

Global Recycled Standard®

A standard created by Textile Exchange that applies to the full supply chain and addresses traceability, environmental principles, chemical restrictions, social requirements, and labelling.