Cross Sportswear is a Swedish company that was founded in 1986 which designs and produces highly functional sportswear for an active lifestyle. We are always on the quest for the latest technology and want to find more sustainable alternatives. With our Scandinavian heritage we care about nature.

Fabrics & Materials

We are working provides products made from recycled fibers that at the end can go back into the same system and again become a resource.

Today at Cross Sportswear we are using following materials,

  • Recycled polyester
  • Recyclable polyester
  • Virgin polyester
    We are using virgin polyester when it is needed. The quality is better and the product will last longer, this is a smaller footprint overall.
  • Bamboo Charcoal.
    Bamboo Charcoal comes from pieces of bamboo plants. Bamboo regenerates naturally through an extensive root system that sends out an average of four to six new shoots per year meaning no land degradation or environmental upset occurs. Bamboo Charcoal is 100% natural and can be recycled back into the ecossytem. The benefits with Bamboo Charcoal are many, some of them are listed below
    • Natural anti-odor
    • Thermal regulation
    • Superior Absorption & Deodorizing Ability.
    • Anti-pilling

We are always looking for new materials and more sustainable materials to work with.

Eliminate waste  

Cross Sportswear are working hard with eliminating waste. Leftover fabrics from production is being used for samples, prototypes and special products. Nothing is waste. 

Suppliers and Production

Cross Sportswear has no production of its own and instead has its production by selected manufactures in China. The choice of manufacturers is based on product quality, delivery performance and of course ethical and environmental considerations.

The dyeing process 

We are always searching for more sustainable alternatives. Our latest launch, The Undye Collection, is made of 100% undyed fabric. 

About 20% of the world’s polluted water is caused by the clothing industry, where the dyeing process is by far the worst. Our aim with the collection is to make as little impact as possible on the environment.