Broken Forest Collective

Social Responsibility



Broken Forest Collective is committed to reducing the impact that we have on the world around us. This means using natural and recycled materials along with sustainable methods to make all of our products, as well as taking responsibility for how everything else we do as a company affects the environment. Careful consideration goes into everything we use as a company. Details like the materials used in our clothing, the lifespan of our packaging and shipping supplies, and where and who we source our manufacturing from are all hand-picked in order to ensure that we are doing our fair share in reducing our impact on the earth.


Recycled Polyester

By using Recycled Polyester from discarded plastic bottles instead of regular polyester, we use far less water during production of our clothing and help take some of the millions of plastic bottles out of the waste stream.

Organic Cotton

Organically grown cotton is grown without the use of harmful chemicals, supports healthy ecosystems, improves the quality of soil, and often uses less water than traditionally grown cotton. We only use organically grown cotton in our clothing products.

All Natural Soy Wax

Our candles are made using all natural soy wax extracted from American grown soybeans. We choose to work with soy wax for a variety of reasons. It's a renewable resource and carbon neutral. It also burns more cleanly, and for a longer period of time than paraffin.


Sustainable Packaging

With the help of our friends at EcoEnclose, all of our packaging supplies are made from 100% post-consumer waste, are biodegradable, and fully recyclable. Let them naturally decompose or redeposit them back into the recycling stream.

Reforestation Efforts

We have partnered with the non-profit One Tree Planted in an effort to combat the deforestation of the Rocky Mountain Region. With their help there will be a tree planted in Boulder, CO for every single Broken Forest product sold.

American Made

All Broken Forest products are designed, manufactured, and printed in America. Strict regulations for American manufacturers protects the environment as well as protects against dangerous workplace conditions and child labor.