Carhartt extends Reworked resale program to 35 U.S. stores

U.S. workwear brand Carhartt announced it will expand Carhartt Reworked to accept trade-in at 35 company retail stores, effective immediately, and begin
mail-in trade-in starting in late 2023. In partnership with Trove, the Dearborn, Michigan-based company first launched Reworked in February this year, piloting the program in six stores across the U.S. Beginning in late 2023, Carhartt will expand the program to cover the full U.S. as it begins accepting mail-in trade-in.

Carhartt has extended the life of over 9,000 garments and kept more than 40,000 products out of landfill since the initial launch in March 2023. The Carhartt Reworked program, which is the first branded resale site in the workwear industry, has engaged with nearly 4,000 people spanning all 50 states across the U.S., according to the apparel company.

All accepted trade-in products must meet condition standards and must have been a style sold by Carhartt within the past 10 years. The product categories include outerwear, shirt jacs, bib overalls and coveralls, hoodies, sweatshirts, pants and jeans. Customers can exchange their gear for a digital gift card, which can be used on, or at any Carhartt company store. Any gear not eligible for trade in will be properly recycled or donated.

Source | The Fashion Network


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Lucy Mister

27th July 2023