Marine Layer Enters The Swag Game
So, there's a shirt that we've loved for quite a while. Now, we love the brand even more because they are expanding their offerings to
So, there’s a shirt that we’ve loved for quite a while. Now, we love the brand even more because they are expanding their offerings to include promotional products and swag. Marine Layer’s absurdly soft fabrics are now available for your next tradeshow, event, or holiday giveaway.
Garment experts, Marine Layer, source their fabric from trees. During their extensive processes, pulp is extracted from fragmented wood and spun into custom fiber that serves as the basis for all of their yarns. Marine Layer has created over 25 custom fabrics from this method, all of which are used in their collections every season.
These guys are our kinda cool as Marine Layer is one of the most socially responsible, eco-friendly garment manufacturers. Like us, they believe in the textile industry of the future, which capitalizes on sustainability and turns out less waste. But we’re not the only one singing their praises. That’s why we are stoked to introduce this line to all of you, our friends within the technology and prominent business community. We’re pretty much bouncing off the walls thinking about all the great possibilities. More than anything, we’re excited to see these absurdly soft, high quality, and environmentally sustainable custom fabrics, made in fair and ethical garment factories, come to the promotional products industry.
Swag orders can be made exclusively through Social Imprints. Social Imprints is a San Francisco social enterprise, custom print company whose mission is to provide higher-paying professional employment, job training, and hope to at-risk individuals in need of a second chance. We feel like this is corporate social responsibility at its best. This company offers at-risk adult populations white-collar careers in management, sales, marketing, graphic arts, accounting, and customer service, all within a highly supportive work environment. They do more than just talk the talk. Currently, 80% of Social Imprints’ employees come from its social mission.