We change the world with what we wear. 

You have the power to make a difference with your purchase choices.

You are what you wear.

When you buy re-SKU’d, you become part of the change. Literally.


A garbage truck load of clothes is burned or landfilled every second


We rescue products that would otherwise be destroyed


With every purchase, re-SKU donates 100% of the profits to research


To create more sustainable products and a healthier planet

The Problem

We’re taking on fashion’s dirty secret.

According to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, an estimated one million tons of retail overstock is destroyed every year in order to protect brands’ “exclusivity and value.” In other words, billions of unworn garments go to waste unnecessarily. We rescue and re-SKU these garments for you because one garbage truck load full of clothes is burned or landfilled every second of every day, and that is not OK.

Let’s wear the change.

From Re-SKU to research

100% of our profits fund change.

That's right. Not 1%. Not 10%.  We donate 100% of our profits to research to develop new materials and manufacturing processes in the apparel industry with fewer carbon emissions and waste for a better climate impact.

Meet our Partners.

Before choosing our partners, including those who receive re-SKU'd profits, we carefully vet research and technologies that can transform the way things are made. At this time, we are incredibly proud to partner with Huue.bio and Worn Again Technologies. Check out their awesome work below.


Huue leverages biotechnology to create sustainable dyes. Culturing nature’s rainbow to build a brighter future for our planet, Huue’s first mission is to create biosynthetic indigo blue dye for the denim industry. Conventional indigo requires dangerous chemicals – like benzene, formaldehyde, and sodamide – and carbon-emitting petroleum, while biosynthetic indigo has five times less toxicity potential.

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worn again technologies

Worn Again Technologies’s regenerative recycling process is able to recover raw materials, such as polyester pellets and cellulose pulp (from cotton), from non-reusable products (textiles, like your old jeans, PET bottles and plastic packaging) to go back into production supply chains and to become new fibers. Worn Again exists to replace the use of virgin resources and enable a circular economy.

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