From local production to bike delivery, our mission is to improve every aspect of our business to reduce our ecological footprint. And this is just the beginning!


Awareness of our ecological footprint is just as important as our mission to pay it forward. It is therefore essential for Edge to use innovative and eco-responsible fabrics. Our greatest pride for this first collection is the Econyl® fiber, which contributes to cleaning the oceans!


“This piece cleans up the ocean”

This little phrase written on our labels is the result of countless hours of research to help us create using the best possible product! Econyl® is a nylon fiber drawn from the seabed. Thanks to volunteer divers, fishing nets lost at the bottom of the sea are recovered, washed and then transported to the Aquafill factory. It is there, in Slovenia, that the fiber will be regenerated and woven and then sent to Quebec to our offices!

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We also use TencelTM, a fabric that brings softness and comfort to our pieces. TencelTM is a wood pulp fiber, also called Lyocell, an ecological material produced from wood pulp and a non-toxic solvent. But how is Tencel madeTM? There are of course, trees to start: eucalyptus, deciduous trees or bamboo, we then extract the cellulose (sugar naturally grown into the trees) and dissolve it into nontoxic solvent. This solvent isn’t toxic and is 97.7% recycled. Lyocell fiber has then a low environmental impact because it is produced in a nearly circular process, where the material is constantly recycled, purified and re-used.

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Out of concern for the environmental impact of the elements that make up our clothes, we have inserted seeds inside our tags so they could be planted! Discover the hidden wild flowers within, ready to beautify your life! Plant your tag and share with us your little Edge seedling photos!


Eliminating plastic? Definitely! Our bags are made from fully biodegradable cornstarch and disintegrate within 90 days of composting.


Everything Edge is designed in Québec. It is important for us to encourage our economy and reduce our carbon footprint by producing locally.

No boats, no planes, and a love for the humans behind every sewing machines!


Fabric scraps are recycled by our factory in the creation of new projects such as cushion stuffing or initiatives to support disadvantaged populations.

During the production of our current collection as well as the next ones, we are committed to targeting points of improvement to achieve circularity in our production chain, and to let you know about them.