Reduced Footprint

For the protection of natural resources, MAMMUT strives to minimize the environmental footprint of its production processes and products. MAMMUT makes maximal use of environmentally preferable materials and resource-saving manufacturing processes that meet its high quality and performance requirements.

Standards and Partners

Recycled materials have clear advantages for the environment. Instead of generating more garbage, used products, such as water bottles, are given a new lease on life. Recycling uses less energy than the production of new raw materials. Moreover, by using recycled materials, it is also possible to reduce the dependence on non-renewable fossil raw materials.

Organic cotton preserves the environment by reducing water and energy use, as well as greenhouse gas emissions, and by fostering soil fertility and biodiversity. Furthermore, no toxic pesticides are used, which can end up in the ground, air, water and food supply. Organic cotton ensures that communities prosper from their investment in sustainable agriculture.


Solution Dye

Solution Dye is a modern and sustainable method of coloring. By introducing the color already in the manufacturing process of the fiber, it is integrated in the material from the beginning without the use of water or toxins. By abandoning the conventional practice of water dyeing, the consumption of water, chemicals and energy, as well as the emission of CO2 are significantly reduced.



In order to purposefully continue the successful WE CARE journey and demonstrate strong commitment and leadership for the years to come, MAMMUT has defined broad and ambitious 5-year targets for the design & development period 2018-2023 or the market seasons spring/summer 2020 - spring/summer 2025, respectively.

WHY NOT 100 %?
MAMMUT stands for function, innovation and style. Some suppliers, especially small innovative vanguards and start-ups do not have the manpower and resources to have their typically exemplary operations certified by costly and laborious international standards. We do not want this lack of independent certification to rule out a collaboration with such trailblazers from the start. Thus, we included a small margin for such suppliers in our target setting. Where international standards are missing, we take a very close look at the operations of our partners ourselves.