It’s not often that premium, ethical and functional go together when it comes to our exercise wardrobe, but Sundried appears to have achieved just that.
Founded by personal trainer and triathlete, Daniel Puddick, the products are made in Portugal with European fabrics. Every Sundried purchase comes with a unique code. Entering the code to the company’s website shows the journey of the garment, along with a donation to Water for Kids.
Sundried has attracted seed funding from the Low Carbon Innovation Fund and is audited by GEP Environmental, which ensures continual improvement of environmental credentials, coupled with a reduction in energy/resource usage and carbon emissions.
Try out the Breithorn Bra, which, although using technical fabrics not necessarily natural (such as elastane), the fact the fabrics are made in north Portugal and the garments produced in the same region means Sundried is not only using a mill certified for green production and dying, the carbon footprint of the garment lifecycle is smaller than anything else on the market.