Exploring the seaside in the ecologyst 195 merino wool t-shirt and shorts

ecologyst, sustainable made, natural clothing

Here Comes The Sun
sustainably made items designed for days in the sun.

We believe it's time for a new relationship with earth.

A regenerative one in which people and planet are good for each other.

made here

We actually make clothes, right here at our HQ and factory in Victoria, BC. If it isn’t made in-house, we work with committed partners close to home in Canada and the United States.

repairs for life

Zipper wear out? Get a snag? We got you.

Participating in ecologyst’s lifetime repair program helps avoid overproducing new products. By repairing a garment and extending the lifespan by just 9 months, we can reduce our impact by 20-30%.

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M2C

Learn more about our manufacturer-to-consumer model.

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for nature

We make small production runs locally using natural materials.

By opting for natural materials such as ethically sourced wool and organic cotton, we’re able to avoid up to 2 grams of microplastics leaching into our oceans per product.

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Keeping well loved ecologyst clothing in use.

Part of our commitment to ending fast fashion and the perception of clothing as disposable is to create an ecosystem where 1 in 5 garments see additional wear.

how it works

Before They Fall

A timely, feature-length film, Before They Fall tells the story of conservation groups, Indigenous communities, and scientists coming together in the midst of a decades-long battle to protect endangered old-growth forests in BC. With its world premiere at Whistler Film Festival in 2021, the film comes to a head as tensions rise at Ada’itsx (Fairy Creek) — the last unprotected, intact watershed and valley on southern Vancouver Island. watch the trailer

Introducing Sage in

The Anorak

Made at the ecologyst factory in Victoria, BC and designed from one of our favorite weather-resistant fabrics, organic cotton Ventile®.

Don’t just take our word for it