more than a t.shirt, more than an idea, more than a business.
bassike is a considered and purpose-driven ethos centred on design-led collections – made ethically, sustainably and with integrity.
following the climate active carbon neutral certification of the bassike organisation in 2021, we are proud to announce the next milestone on our path of continuous improvement – our signature organic jersey collection is now proudly certified 100% carbon neutral under the climate active standard.
this certification signifies that the greenhouse gas emissions associated with the sourcing of raw material production, garment manufacturing, distribution, and end of life of bassike organic cotton jersey garments have been measured, reduced and offset in their entirety by carbon reduction and capturing projects.
by choosing a bassike organic cotton jersey t.shirt over a conventional cotton t.shirt, you are saving 1.9 kg of carbon and other greenhouse gases (CO2e), the equivalent to 2.5 hours of electricity use. this saving is possible due to our holistic approach to sustainability, such as sourcing 62% of our power from renewable sources and recycling off-cut materials.
by wearing and sharing #morethanbassike, you are supporting responsible business, the ethical treatment of makers and communities, and the future of our planet.
bassike stands for quality, design-led and directional wardrobe essentials, that are made responsibly and made to last.
authentic clothes, honestly made.
citizens of the earth, treating people and planet with respect.
bassike organic cotton jersey is a 100% climate active carbon neutral certified product. a bassike t.shirt produces 43% less carbon emissions than a conventional cotton t.shirt.
australian made. supporting local industry since 2006.
we live our values, which centre on respect for our community, respect for local industry and respect for our planet. authentic clothes, honestly made.
through our commitment to organic cotton farming practices, bassike saves approximately 97 million litres of water and 9.6 metric tonnes of pesticides and chemical fertilisers per year.