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LAST SHOT APPAREL

SUSTAINABLE COMPANY AND EVENT MERCHANDISE MADE ETHICALLY IN ALBERTA, CANADA

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OUR CLIENTS

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Centennial College, ON, Canada

"On behalf of all of us at the Applied Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship department at Centennial College, a big THANK YOU for your support, dedication, flexibility and of course your sustainability spirit and commitment to a more responsible, circular way of creating merchandise!"

KB & Co, AB, Canada

We picked up the crewnecks yesterday and just wanted to thank you – they look incredible and my team is super happy with them!

Peacock Dance Productions, AB, Canada

"Your hoodies were a MASSIVE hit.
They Sold out - day ONE!
 
Will definitely use you for ALL my events next season"
There's human and environmental cost of cheap event and company merchandise

The garment industry is plagued by shocking exploitative labour practices, including forced labor, meager or no pay, long working hours, and lack of workers' rights. Workers in the garment and textile industry, from cotton pickers to factory workers, are often subjected to inhumane conditions, such as being paid as little as $3.00 an hour, forced to work long hours, and denied social benefits like healthcare and pensions. Additionally, the industry's fast fashion model has led to a "race to the bottom," where companies pressure suppliers to minimize costs, leading to subcontracting to unaudited and unknown suppliers, further perpetuating exploitative practices. The situation is exacerbated by the use of child labor, with an estimated 170 million children engaged in child labor, many of whom are involved in textile and garment production. These practices not only violate human rights but also contribute to environmental and health hazards, such as exposure to hazardous chemicals and structural dangers in factories. The pervasive nature of these exploitative practices underscores the urgent need for systemic change and increased accountability throughout the garment industry.

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What Happens To Our Scraps?

At Last Shot Apparel, we work hard to avoid waste. We save all of our fabric to reuse at THE LAB.

If any material is left, it is donated to Goodwill to be used as stuffing for products, rags and the automotive industry. 

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