“Dirtball believes in being a steward of the environment. We use only recycled cotton and our polyester is developed from recycled plastic bottles. Unlike other apparel companies who talk about saving the environment our actions help to actually save the environment. This is how we roll!” -Dirtball
Sometimes us outdoor-loving-granola types can be dismissed for not being fashionable. Which we know is just not true. (Right?!) As the tree-hugging-ethical bunch we are, we wanted to share something cool going on in our neck of the woods; a clothing company doing some pretty neat stuff. Dirtball Clothing designs are unique, eco-friendly and made for those with active lifestyles.
1. Made in the USA
Made in the USA means that both the consumer and producer of goods is into supporting our US economy. Whoo!
2. Cotton + Plastic Bottles
It takes 17 million barrels of oil to produce plastic bottles yearly. Dirtball takes that energy and recycles it into something useful–and super fresh looking.
3. They come to Outdoor Retailer this year!
Nice looking booth ya’ll!
4. You will know where the zipper comes from.
Look how hyperlocal these hoodies are! All of the clothes are broken down like this too.
5. Reasonable Shipping Rates!
Get that free shipping if you spend a bit more. Or just a flat $5 dollars on all orders. How nice.
6. This shirt.
This shirt is just cool. Footprints!
7. They’re having a “Back to School” sale right now!
Hurry! Time is running out for our back to school sale. Sale ends this Friday 8/22. Enter BACK25 for 25% off your entire purchase. What are you waiting for? Get on with yo’ dirtball self!
Founded in 2008 by Joe Fox, race car driver, entrepreneur, and North Carolina native, Dirtball constructs eco-friendly apparel and gear for active individuals – cutting across age and gender lines. Dirtball only uses recycled materials in their products and all products are designed and produced in the United States the majority within a 250-mile radius of headquarters. Not only does the recycled content add to the ecological-friendliness of the company, but the U.S.-based manufacturing arm adds to the local economy and shortens shipping distances, thereby reducing Dirtball’s carbon footprint.