Change your underwear

Sometimes being caught with your pants around your ankles isn’t such a bad thing. Especially if you happen to be wearing PACT Underwear. PACT’s motto, “change starts with your underwear,” is only the beginning of the environmentally-friendly process that occurs with each pair of trunks, boxer-brief, brief, bikini, boy-short and occasional thong.

Did you ever think that wearing underwear could be a social movement? Well, that’s precisely what the good folks at PACT intend with every purchase of their 95% organic cotton undies. (The 5% is elastane, to give it that nice *snap* against your bottom). When you buy PACT underwear, you are supporting and encouraging organic cotton farmers, responsible labor practices, and businesses that form partnerships with nonprofit organizations dedicated to positive change in our world.

Here are the Top 10 PACT facts you need to know:

  1. They are designed by world-renowned designer Yves Behar.  So basically you know they’re awesome!
  2. Fair labor laws and wages were instituted at every step during the processing & manufacturing.
  3. The cotton used is certified organic.
  4. All inks and dyes meet or exceed GOTS and EKO standards. Which means they are indeed eco-friendly.
  5. There is no PVC or other harsh polymer used in any of the undergarments.
  6. The care and contents label on the inside of the garment and the PACT logo on the outside are printed with a water-based ink and a heat transfer process.
  7. Each pair of underwear is packed in its own reusable fabric bag.
  8. PACT’s unique bright green shipping package is 100% compostable.
  9. PACT supports fantastic organizations, like Sierra Club, EarthSpark International, ForestEthics, Oceana and many more with 10% of all sales.
  10. Last but not least, you, my loyal blog readers, will receive 10% off your purchases at PACT until May 31st, 2011 with coupon code: gabyingreen10

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Disclosure of Material Connection: I have not received any compensation for writing this post. I have no material connection to the brands, products, or services that I have mentioned. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
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