HYER GOODS

HYER GOODS

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They ship plastic-free, using recycled and recyclable materials wherever possible

Products are made from deadstock and waste leathers (1st generation leathers which have been removed during the selection process, and sourced mostly from tanneries and sometimes they use factory offcuts). Most of their wallets are made from cutting scraps. Occasionally they upcycle other materials like yarns leftover and abandoned by brands

Hyer Goods come from ethical labor: the products are hand-crafted at a SEDEX-compliant, female-owned factory

They choose to donate 1% of net sales every month to support organizations that foster the physical and mental well-being of people in need

Hyer Goods was founded by a woman and every piece is manufactured by a female-owned factory

Hyer Goods is managed by one person, the founder, and owner

Hyer Goods are defined by a seasonless yet iconic style

Available directly on their website, Hyer Good has created a peer-to-peer resale platform where customers can resell their gently-used Hyer Goods directly to their customers to help keep them in circulation

Creating handbags, wallets, and small leather goods from repurposed deadstock and manufacturing waste, primarily using genuine leathers. Brooklyn-based, the brand's aim is to use cutting-edge, innovative techniques to give a new life to leftover materials

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Creating handbags, wallets, and small leather goods from repurposed deadstock and manufacturing waste, primarily using genuine leathers. Brooklyn-based, the brand's aim is to use cutting-edge, innovative techniques to give a new life to leftover materials