Veranschaulichung des Hydrocycling Prozess. Erst werden Fadenüberreste gesammelt, dann nach Farbe sortiert, danach neu gewoben und zuletzt für die Socke verwendet.

Hydrocycled® cotton

Our socks are made of 75% cotton, which is usually thrown away. Our manufacturer collects leftover cotton, separates it by color and works it into the thread of the new sock without dyeing.

This process minimizes the need for new cotton and thus our material influence.

Here the cycle is shown graphically.

Our partner: PEUGAS CARLOS MAIA in Portugal

We have been looking for a trustworthy partner for a long time. We produce our MSTRY crew socks with the Peugas Carlos Maia sock factory.

Our factory has developed its own Hydrocycled® technology and has the usual certificates such as GOTS or Oekotex 100.

We can also do BSCI reports which strictly control working conditions and guarantee the minimum wage as well as parental protection.

Arbeiter in der Fabrik in Portugal. Rechts sieht man Webmaschinen, die die Baumwolle verarbeiten. Unten die Logos: BSCI, GOTS und OEKO-Tex.

Climate-neutral delivery with the e-bike

We have teamed up with the sustainable e-bike delivery service dropp and deliver orders in Berlin, Hamburg and Munich by e-bike:

climate-neutral

without Plastic

Within 3 hours

MSTRY Gründer Alex Nicolaus, vor dem Brandenburger Tor. Vor ihm das dropp delivery Fahrrad. Er trägt einen Helm und hält die Wake Up Socke hoch.