recycled clothing for a cause

The Re-Freeze initiative is the apparel side of the Glacier Rescue Project. The way it works is we purchase used apparel from thrift and second-hand stores, clean it, re-brand it, and re-sell it. Each Re-Freeze product comes with a Glacier Rescue Project Re-Freeze patch sewn on to the fabric. 

This initiative is purposefully designed in a way that promotes clothing re-use, which in turn extends product life and helps minimize waste associated with the textile industry.

A percentage of profits from all Re-Freeze sales are donated to one of our nonprofit partners, actively working to combat climate change.

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Most recent sale:
flannel shirts
with suffer better
December, 2019
Denver, Colorado
10% of Profits donated to: Conservation Colorado
T-Shirts by Anika hager
May, 2019
Minneapolis, Minnesota
20% of Profits donated to: Protect our winters
First sale:
Flannel Shirts
April, 2019
Northfield, Minnesota
20% of Profits donated to: Protect our winters
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