Ethical activewear that doesn’t compromise on style or sustainability.
Founded by Rhianna Knight, Amble is an Australian-based ethical activewear brand mindfully producing leggings, jackets and other active apparel from sustainable and eco-friendly materials. As of October 2022, Amble has recycled over 250,000 plastic water bottles and turned them into the durable and sustainable fabrics they have become so well-known for.
All of the Amble activewear is produced ethically by manufacturers that have third-party accreditations, including (but not limited to) BSCI, SA8000, SMETA and GOTS. Amble ensures sustainability and transparency throughout their supply chains, and plants one tree with every order.
Want to know where Amble sits and what they’re working on in terms of these 5 values? Hover over these values to find out.
This is an all-encompassing and core value of Amble, from our fabrics to factories. All of our fabrics from day one have either been recycled or organic (and certified), we prioritise sea freight over air freight to reduce our carbon emissions, have never used single use plastic packaging for our products or mailing bags, and have recently audited our supply chain to calculate and offset our carbon emissions.
We work with manufacturers that have third party accreditations including BSCI, SA8000, SMETA and GOTS to ensure everyone that is part of our supply chain is looked after, and we have recently introduced a code of conduct based on the ILO principles to ensure there is consistency across all suppliers.
All of our collections are quite small, with each colour/print being limited edition to ensure we're not over producing. When there is a rare faulty garment, we repair it, and any faulty garments that aren't able to be repaired are recycled.
We plant a tree for every order, with over 11,000 trees planted as of October 2022. We also donate excess products to communities in need, or when there are particularly urgent causes, such as after the QLD floods earlier this year.
We've begun the work of tracing our supply chain during our carbon neutral certification process. We work directly with all of our garment manufacturers, and also with our largest fabric mill, and have information on almost all of our suppliers, from fibre to yarn, fabric to dyeing & printing to cutting & sewing across our 3 supply chains (jackets, activewear and tops).
Behind the Brand
“I set out to create a brand that encouraged women to get outdoors and adventure, one that was inspirational yet relatable, inclusive and accessible, and ensured it had as minimal impact as possible”.