Spit Clothing Company seeks to provide a unified creative response to a new generation who infuse their lives with passion and excitement. Today, the youth grow up in an age where their creativity holds no limits, from graffiti artists, garage bands, skaters, surfers the possibilities are endless. Spit pushes the limits of expression, unifying the realms of art, music, and beyond. Spit infuses love and enthusiasm to create a clothing line that reflects the style in us all.
We aim to be as eco-friendly as possible. Our supplier invested millions in state-of-the-art printing equipment, and the will continue investing in the newest technologies from companies who care about sustainable fashion.
they are proud to partner with the specialists of DTG printing, Kornit. Thanks to their commitment to and efforts in sustainability, Kornit printers produce almost zero wastewater and use less energy, lowering our carbon footprint.
Direct-to-garment (DTG) printing is more sustainable than older apparel printing methods, such as screen printing. Not only does screen printing use a lot of water and plastisol inks that don’t biodegrade, but it’s also tended towards bulk orders which can lead to overproduction. In comparison, DTG printing is more eco-friendly because items get printed only when there’s already a customer for them.
Our suppliers facilities in North America and Europe are based close to where our customers are. This means we can ship products faster and cut the shipping distances, resulting in less air and water pollution.
Us and our suppliers recycle (paper, cardboard, plastic, and batteries), and use energy-efficient LED lights in our offices and fulfillment centers, and we’re always looking for new ways to save energy. For example, last year they moved their European production facility to a Class A building that’s built using the latest technologies to eliminate any energy waste.
While there are still issues to address, print-on-demand is gradually becoming a less wasteful and more sustainable alternative to the traditional bulk manufacturing and selling model. And that’s good news for both brands and consumers.
-Scott Lamson Owner