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Our Supply Chain
We have a responsibility to know where our products are coming from, what they are made of and the conditions of the places where they are made to ensure compliant, responsible conditions across the supply chain and safe products.
Our Commitment
With our Clothing for Positive Change movement, we must ensure our organization respects the planet and its people through responsible practices. This means we are committed to honestly asking a few important questions about our clothing:
  • Where are our products made?
  • Who is making them?
  • What are the conditions in the factories where our clothing is made?
  • And are they compliant with our standards for safety?
  • What materials were used to make this piece of clothing?
  • Where do those materials come from?
We have a responsibility to not only answer these questions, but share the answers with our customers and partners so they can feel good about investing in our clothing, and know we are truly committed to creating Clothing for Positive Change.
Each factory producing prAna products must post our standards on the factory floor in the local language to ensure workers are aware of their rights. Factories are regularly monitored to ensure adherence to our standards in the following areas:
  • Forced Labor
  • Child Labor
  • Harassment or Abuse
  • Nondiscrimination
  • Freedom of Association
  • Compensation
  • Employment Relationship
  • Hours of Work
  • Health and Safety
  • Environment
  • Ethical Conduct
  • Documentation and Inspection
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