Responsibility

CSR

At VOID we are conscious of and care for the environment. We demand high standards of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), not only from ourselves but from all our partners.

As a brand where our clothes are (mostly) used outdoors in nature, we try to minimise our impact on the environment and our contribution to global warming so that future generations can enjoy the same climbs and trails as much as we do.

ENVIRONMENT

We encourage employees to use a bicycle or take public transport to commute to work, and therefore have always chosen office locations with good public transport connections. At our office, we do not purchase meat products, and try to source organic, local food as much as possible. We try to use video or telephone meetings for most meetings with our partners.

We export as much as possible by water, rail, or train instead of air. We use an organic Durable Water-Repellent (DWR) finish, BIONIC-FINISH ECO, on our water-repellent clothes, instead of toxic chemicals like most DWR finishes contain.

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

We produce our clothes in Sweden, Lithuania, Turkey, and China, and distribute worldwide. So, we set demands on all our partners, based on United Nations (UN) conventions, International Labour Organization (ILO) conventions, and Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) codes of conduct. We do not allow child labour or discrimination of any form.

For an exchange (e.g. for a different size, colour) place a new order and return the other item(s) as above.

SUSTAINABILITY

We produce our clothes in Sweden, Lithuania, Turkey, and China, and distribute worldwide. So, we set demands on all our partners, based on United Nations (UN) conventions, International Labour Organization (ILO) conventions, and Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) codes of conduct. We do not allow child labour or discrimination of any form.

WHAT CAN I DO AS A CUSTOMER?

Wash your clothes only as often as is necessary, and never above the recommended temperature.

And of course, ride your bike; what’s more environmentally friendly than that?