25% of fresh water in the US is used to produce food that never gets eaten, simply because it isn't pretty to look at, despite being perfectly edible.
Because imperfect produce isn't sellable due to purely aesthetic appearances, many farms do not attempt to sell it, and simply throw it away.
We've teamed up with the Bonneville Environmental Foundation to create options to further reduce our impact on the environment.
Behind the Scenes: Meet Alex. Though relatively new to the Looptworks team, she's already gain office fame as the designer of our dopp kits.
Iceland Adventures: a trip to the land of fire and ice. (Or waterfalls, rainbows, sour beer and hot pools)
What do you do with 4,000 obsolete game jerseys? If you're the Portland Trail Blazers and looking for a green solution, you call Looptworks, that's what.
Every year, thousands of skis and snowboards are scrapped and retired, eventually ending up in the landfill. Often the only option is to shred them and downcycle the materials, unless you get creative.
Why are these outdoor lovers so happy? Because our Looptlabs product development team ambushed them mid-hike and recruited them as product testers for our newest (re)invention, the Upcycled Folding Shot Ski!
Carbon dioxide levels in Earth's atmosphere passed 400 PPM milestone once again, possibly for good. To mark this sobering milestone and increase awareness, we created the upcycled 400 PPM tee.
We partnered with Cycle Oregon to provide eco-friendly event t-shirts, upcycled from rescued textile excess.
You may have noticed we make a lot of our products out of leather. But what is more eco-friendly, leather or vegan leather? Turns out, that's still up for debate.