The Ritter man wants to have a meaningful impact on his industry without causing unnecessary harm to his environment. So we reject the wastefulness of “fast fashion” and instead create garments that are well-constructed and timeless, keeping them in your closet and out of landfills. It’s a privilege to be able to make sustainable choices, and one that we take very seriously. Our choices as a brand reflect our values; values that we want to pass along to you.
We produce our garments in small batches, meaning that we meet demand rather than produce in excess. We strive for high-quality products with as little waste as possible.
From the highly-skilled artisans and suppliers we work with in Peru to our friends at 1% For The Planet, we choose our partners wisely. We want to make high-quality, long-lasting products, but even more important to us, is how it was made and the ethical practices within our supply chain.
We use recycled packaging and don’t include a bunch of crap (pardon our language) that you’ll just throw away.