EcoFriendly & Organic Clothing Lines:

         

 
     
   
     
 
Protecting Mother Earth, nuturing your client's image

By helping clients choose organic, you're joining a growing movement of people who care enough about the environment to care from where their clothing comes from. It's a movement that respects the environment and protects people's health, as well as helping to preserve our air, water, and land.


 
Organic cotton is..
 
  • beneficial to the environment
  • beneficial to farmers, their families and their communities
  • added value to YOU, the reseller!


Why Businesses choose organic cotton
 
  • to support the environmental movement
  • to take advantage of the media attention to green and organic fibers
  • to gain an edge on their competition
  • to find new ways to build trust and engage with their customers around a unique and
    compelling story
 
The fabric in your UltraClub Organic shirts is 100% certified Organic cotton. That means that the fabric MUST contain 100% organically produced cotton. (The seams are sewn with polyester threads, but the shirt fabric is 100% organic cotton.) Here's how it's produced differently than traditional cotton:

Traditional cotton
 

On many traditional cotton farms, because of the depletion of nutrients and use of pesticides, the soil is most often sterile, meaning that the farms rely on additives, synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, plus vast quantities of water to keep growing.



Why Businesses choose organic cotton
 

Organic farming restores and builds up the soil, increasing its organic content, which in turn increases its water-sustaining ability. The rich, moist earth results in stronger plants, which improve the soil even more. Far less water runs off organic fields, and what does is not polluted with pesticides or synthetic fertilizers.







 

Conventionally grown cotton consumes 25% of the insecticides and more than 10% of the pesticides used in the WORLD today! Conventional farming devours roughly 150 grams of pesticides and fertilizers to produce enough cotton for a single T-shirt.



 
The Gin
 

Here the fiber is separated from the seed. Organic cotton must be processed separately from conventional cotton, and machines must be cleaned to avoid contamination. The seed is used in animal feed or pressed into oils for processed foods.

Spinning
 

The cotton is cleaned to remove any foreign matter and then combed to align fibers and remove any that are too short. The fibers are pulled together into a loose yarn called "sliver", which is then twisted under tension to create yarns. Again, machinery must remain uncontaminated.

 

Knitting and weaving
 

The yarns are made into fabrics, with separate machines for organic cotton.

Dyeing and finishing
 

For 100% organic products, only environmentally-friendly chemicals that meet organic fiber processing standards are used.

Sewing
 

Patterns are cut, pieces assembled, and the final product is sewn, pressed, and packaged, ready for the journey. Throughout the process it is extremely important that the organic cotton is kept separate and clearly identified, and that the certification is tracked.

 

   

Each field and each bale of cotton is specifically certified to be sure that it contains certified organic materials, and certified organic standards for the growing and processing, so your buyers can buy with complete confidence.


 

The Organic Trade Association promotes and protects the principles of organic agriculture and organic standards. To confirm that these standards are actually met, certifiers visit the farms, walk the fields, review records, and ensure that everything is in compliance before issuing organic certificates to the farmers. There are many such certifying agencies throughout the world, many accredited by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

 

 

 
 
Promoting organic garments to your clients shows they are making a commitment to being a socially, ethically and environmentally responsible company. When their garments are labeled UltraClub Certified Organically Grown, they can rest assured that the growers and producers of their cotton employ best practices in protecting workers' rights and improving the working conditions to international labor standards.


 
  •  No sweat shops
  •  Safe handling procedures
  •  Fair working practices
  •  Chemical and pesticide-free
    environments to protect all our families

 

 
Organic Tees & Fleece Ring-spun softness
 

Tees

Not only are these made from 100% certified organic cotton, but they're ring spun for incredible softness.


 
 
Style: 8600

UltraClub OrganicTM Men's Ring-Spun Organic Cotton Short-sleeve Tee

Description:
Organic cotton made with sustainable, responsible manufacturing.

Key Features:
 

100% ring-spun certified organic cotton

5-oz.

Double-needle chain stitch on shoulder and back neck seams

Self-fabric neck tape


(S-3XL)
 


 

 


 
Style: 8601

UltraClub OrganicTM Men's Ring-Spun Organic Cotton Long-Sleeve Crewneck Tee

Description:
You'd never believe organic could be this soft.

Key Features:
 

100% ring-spun certified organic cotton

5-oz.

Double-needle chain stitch on shoulder and back neck seams

Self-fabric neck tape


(S-3XL)

 


Polos

Executive styling for men and women in 100% certified organic cotton, in that ring-spun soft fabric you expect from UltraClub.


 
 
Style: 8605

UltraClub OrganicTM Men's Ring-Spun Organic Cotton Pique Polo

Description:
Doing the right thing was never more comfortable. Coordinates with Ladies' 8606.

Key Features:
 

100% ring-spun certified organic cotton

5-oz.

Relaxed fit

Flat-knit collar

Hemmed sleeves


 (S-3XL)

 

 

 

 
Style: 8606

UltraClub Organicâ„¢ Ladies' Ring-Spun Organic Cotton Pique Polo

Description:
Organic polos from recycled yarn help the earth. Plus, they're just plain cool. Coordinates with Men's 8605.

Key Features:
 

100% ring-spun certified organic cotton

5-oz.

Flat-knit collar

One-button v-neck collar


(S-2XL)

 
Our Top Buyer's of Organic Promotional Clothing are:
  • "Green" Product Companies
  • Political campaigns during this election year
  • Political campaigns for environmental cause candidates
  • City Planning Committees
  • Environmental Groups
  • Park Districts
  • Environmental Clean-up groups
  • Printers (being certified for FSC - the proper use of paper sourcing)
  • City Planning Commissions
  • Computer Recycling Centers
  • Waste Management Companies
  • Recycling Companies
  • City/County recycling departments
  • Utilities
  • Tech Companies
  • Home & Garden Centers
  • Building Supply Centers
  • Construction Companies
  • Natural Building Material Companies
  • Solar Energy Systems
  • Zone (Ductless) Air Conditioning Companies
  • Skylight Installers
  • Window Installers
  • Organic Yard Treatment Services
  • Organic Pest Control Services
  • Plant Nurseries
  • Earth Day Celebrations
  • Awareness Causes
  • Botanical Gardens
  • Art Galleries
  • Libraries
  • Schools
  • Colleges and Universities
  • Fraternities and Sororities
  • Healthcare Companies
  • Landscapers
  • HR Departments for Community
  • Cleanup Volunteers
  • High End Infant/Child
  • Retail Shops
  • Spas
  • Salons
  • Fitness Centers
  • Yoga Schools
  • Health Food Stores
  • Farmers Markets
  • Organic Farms and Dairies
  • Natural Food Stores
  • Natural Food Restaurants
  • Aquariums
  • Zoos
  • Humane Society
  • Animal Shelters
  • Animal Rescue Groups
  • Pet Stores