If you’re even tangentially connected to the cycling world, you’ve probably heard of Pearl iZUMi. For more than 60 years, they’ve been raising the bar for technical apparel innovation, driven to make the riding experience more comfortable, faster, and safer. In 2018, the company redefined its mission, vision, and values to align with its goals to be a responsible corporate citizen —
For nearly 100 years, Danner has been making some of the highest quality leather boots in the Pacific Northwest. When they found themselves with excess genuine Danner shoe leather, our designers reworked the material into a collection of rustic leather bags, wallets, and accessories.
Shop our limited-edition upcycled goods! Visit our workshop in SE Portland and cozy up with Nossa Familia coffee & fresh-baked cookies while browsing our entire collection of handmade, climate-friendly gifts designed from excess.
We teamed up with the Bonneville Environmental Foundation to support water restoration in the middle Deschutes river. Now through December 12, Looptworks is proud to match up to 1,000 gallons of water per order.
Join the Loopt Foundation and EcoAthlete's dedicated world class athletes in taking simple steps everyone can take to reduce the impact of our clothes. 8 billion people in the world wear clothes everyday. If we act now, we can turn these clothes into a force for good and revolutionize the apparel industry.
Recently, our excess was Carhartt canvas. We determined that we had enough scraps to create a limited-edition run of Looptworks canvas slings. Designed durably to outlast average slings out there, our upcycled canvas collection is the latest creation from our Portland-based workshop
We’re thrilled to share the launch of Lo & Sons first upcycled collection in partnership with Looptworks. Each item was handmade at our workshop in Portland, OR and created from materials from returned or lightly damaged Lo & Sons Catalina bags.
In our latest video, hear what brought U of O interns Valerie & Mark to Looptworks, how they integrated their Sports Product Management education, and the circular projects they supported from product footprint analysis to rolling up their sleeves in the production of upcycled products.
Our latest collection features upcycled denim twill from the New Denim Project in Guatemala. Today we're going Behind the Seams with designers Alyssa Augustine and Matthew Spann on the inspiration for this summery collection.