We're on a mission to make HALSKA as sustainable, local and high-quality as possible.

All of our items are ethically sourced and sustainable produced, with all of our t-shirts and tanks using certified organic cotton.

Our printing, embroidery and labelling are done with small local businesses within Australia.

Our new Aussie-made collection features our own signature cut that has been carefully manufactured in Melbourne, Australia using organic materials. The rest of our range uses items that are ethically and sustainable produced overseas with a traceable, ethical supply chain.

Our goal is to move our whole range to Australian production using organic materials. We're on the way and with our continued success will make this a reality.

The packaging we use for all of our items are plastic-free recycled cardboard boxes that are produced locally in Australian.

Ethical & Sustainable

Responsible Products

T-Shirts & Tanks
100% Organic Cotton
Quality cotton grown without the use of herbicides or pesticides - GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified

Crops
100% Combed Cotton

Hats (Unstructured, Cord, 5-panel)
100% Cotton

Hats (Snapback)
80% acrylic 20% wool 

Beanies
100% acrylic

Sweaters
80% Cotton 20% Polyester

Premium, eco-friendly packaging

Australian Made Recycled Boxes

I use eco friendly cardboard boxes instead of plastic for shipping all of my items. I have purposely sourced high-quality packaging with the intention of them being great to re-use after you unbox your products. The box is self-locking which means there's no annoying tape that will ruin the appearance, making it perfect for many uses after opening.

You're supporting local

Small Operation

I run this company by myself, from my apartment in Cronulla. This means that once I have the products made directly from the printer in Sydney, I handle everything myself. This reduces the amount of transport and handling that other companies require when dealing with mass quantities.

By hand-packing, labelling, and dropping the items off at the post-office myself, I keep my carbon footprint to a minimum.