Sustainability at Nightfox Designs

Sustainability is more than merely taking steps to reduce our environmental footprint. We also emphasize our company’s ethical values and our dedication to the numerous individuals and communities who manufacture our products. This is referred to as our social duty, and we believe that the strong ties we have developed with our worldwide suppliers are important to meeting our aims and standards in this area. Responsibly sourced materials are used at Nightfox in three areas: the environment, animal welfare, and social responsibility. We collaborate with independent certification organizations to deliver you completely traceable ethical and ethically sourced items.

Until recently, the textile sector was a part of the issue, but it is now a part of the solution. Plastic’s environmental impact, along with the increased demand for “eco-friendly” clothes, has forced textile firms to alter their production chains, adapting them to a circular economy and allowing them to manufacture and develop ecologically friendly items.

Nightfox & Seaqual Collaboration

SEAQUAL INITIATIVE is a society united in its opposition against plastic pollution. We bring together individuals, organizations, and businesses to help clean our oceans, raise awareness about the problem of marine plastic, and celebrate the heroes fighting to solve it.

Small groups of local volunteers to major worldwide initiatives can all participate in ocean cleanups. They might be one-time beach clean-ups or monthly cleanups involving entire villages of fisherman. Plastics, metals, glass, rubber, and mixed-material products — everything from shoes to refrigerators – are collected during these ocean clean-ups.

Nightfox Designs is dedicated to environmental stewardship. We are modifying our service to the changing times since we are conscious of the challenge created by plastic pollution.

Each year, we create new race jerseys out of recycled polyester. They are all made from post-consumer plastics and Seaqual thread, which is made from recovered marine plastic trash from beaches, oceans, rivers, estuaries, and seas.