Our Ocean Tribute

#MakeSustainabilitySexy

Sustainability is not just a word in our tagline, but at the core of all decisions that we make. The oceans are an ecosystem that is very dear to the Wolfpack. It is the place where we breathe the freest, where we relax the deepest, and where we get inspired the most. That’s why we try to protect this precious ecosystem with every product we sell.

Make Sustainability Sexy

Sustainability is not just a word in our tagline, it’s at the core of our operations. The oceans are an ecosystem that is very dear to the Wolfpack. It is the place where we breathe the freest, where we relax the deepest, and where we get inspired the most. That’s why we try to protect this precious ecosystem with every product we sell.

Make Sustainability Sexy

Sustainability is not just a word in our tagline, it’s at the core of our operations. The oceans are an ecosystem that is very dear to the Wolfpack. It is the place where we breathe the freest, where we relax the deepest, and where we get inspired the most. That’s why we try to protect this precious ecosystem with every product we sell.

Okay, here are the facts:

11

Every year 11 million tons of
plastic waste enter the ocean

2040

Without immediate action experts expect plastic waste to triple by 2040

3,400

3,400 pounds of plastic for every foot of coastline will enter the oceans by 2040

Okay, here are the facts:

11

Every year 11 million tons of
plastic waste enter the ocean

2040

Without immediate action experts
expect plastic waste to triple by 2040

3,400

3,400 pounds of plastic for every foot of
coastline will enter the oceans by 2040

We support recycling with...

Our Clothes

One Wolven legging creates new value for 27 old water bottles. Every purchase of a Wolven legging can prevent 27 water bottles from ever entering our oceans. You’re wearing the proof, and we have that verified by OEKO TEX and GRS.

Our Packaging

We choose recycled and recyclable plastic mailers instead of “compostable” bioplastic. Compostable shipping bags degrade slower than other organic waste and thus cannot be composted at home. Additionally, very few consumers even have access to composting. Bio-based plastics are currently made through mono-culture agriculture or GMO farming which is carbon intensive. The better solution with a lower carbon-impact is recycled and recyclable plastic. You can recycle the plastic bags again for Wolven rewards. Find your local recycling center here.

We support recycling with...

Our Clothes

One Wolven legging creates new value for 27 old water bottles. Every purchase of a Wolven legging can prevent 27 water bottles from ever entering our oceans. You’re wearing the proof, and we have that verified by OEKO TEX and GRS.

Our Wash Bag

To make our fabric, plastic bottles are crushed and spun into polyester yarn. To avoid micro-plastic entering the oceans we recommend using a filter whenever you wash your Wolven products (or any other activewear). You can find our Microfiber Filter Wash Bag here.

Our Packaging

We choose recycled and recyclable plastic mailers instead of “compostable” bioplastic. Compostable shipping bags degrade slower than other organic waste and thus cannot be composted at home. Additionally, very few consumers even have access to composting. Bio-based plastics are currently made through mono-culture agriculture or GMO farming which is carbon intensive. The better solution with a lower carbon-impact is recycled and recyclable plastic. You can recycle the plastic bags again for Wolven rewards. Find your local recycling center here.

For every Wolven order, we collect 1 pound of ocean-bound plastic

One Earth — One Ocean

OEOO is a registered association from Germany that operates globally. They came up with a unique concept that aims to free waters from plastic, oil and chemicals. We support their project in Brazil where the team partnered with local fishermen to clean the famous Guanabara bay. They further organize cleanups and engage in education to prevent marine litter. The center where the waste is collected also serves as a collection point for plastic waste from the local community.

How do we know it's legit?

Because of Cleanhub. They’ve built a platform to match brands with plastic collection companies and NGOs in areas where contributions have the biggest impact. All Cleanhub partners use their app to record the collected volumes. They verify that your purchase leads to the collection of plastic and they maximize the impact of our investment.

One Earth — One Ocean

OEOO is a registered association from Germany that operates globally. They came up with a unique concept that aims to free waters from plastic, oil and chemicals. We support their project in Brazil where the team partnered with local fishermen to clean the famous Guanabara bay. They further organize cleanups and engage in education to prevent marine litter. The center where the waste is collected also serves as a collection point for plastic waste from the local community.

How do we know it's legit?

Because of Cleanhub. They’ve built a platform to match brands with plastic collection companies and NGOs in areas where contributions have the biggest impact. All Cleanhub partners use their app to record the collected volumes. They verify that your purchase leads to the collection of plastic and they maximize the impact of our investment.

“While plastic pollution is a complex problem it roots back to one specific cause: Most plastic waste is not valuable enough to be collected. Collecting, sorting, transporting and treating plastic waste is expensive. Virgin plastic is often the cheaper option. We need to give plastic waste enough value that organizations around the world are incentivized to collect plastic.”


— Joel, Founder at Cleanhub

“While plastic pollution is a complex problem it roots back to one specific cause: Most plastic waste is not valuable enough to be collected. Collecting, sorting, transporting and treating plastic waste is expensive. Virgin plastic is often the cheaper option. We need to give plastic waste enough value that organizations around the world are incentivized to collect plastic.”


— Joel, Founder at Cleanhub