You know that feeling you get when you suddenly realize you have made a major mistake? Or when you get a searing paper cut that ruins your day? It's subtle but sharp. Well, that's the feeling that hit us when we discovered information about the detrimental effects the fashion industry can have on the environment. An insane amount of garments and fabric make their sorry ways to live out the rest of their days in a landfill - often times taking years and years to decompose. That's why much of the fabric we use to construct our garments is remnant fabric. Remnant fabric is leftover, perfectly good, unused fabric. The fabric could be in irregular pieces, or the fabric on the bolt may have the tiniest defect, but it is still otherwise perfectly capable. We try to incorporate these remnant fabrics as much as possible into our garments to save the textiles from going to waste. We also partner with fabric suppliers who buy out other fabric suppliers to save those bolts of fabric from wiling their days away in a warehouse or being thrown away all together. All of our board bags are made using remnant fabrics.