Kustom Kit is a Europe-wide manufacturer of high quality corporate, promotional and sports wear.
Kustom Kit specialise in shirts, blouses, polos, tees and fleeces that feature timeless styling, soft innovative fabrics and a choice of beautiful colours available in a full range of sizes and co-ordinating options for men and women. Here you can easily navigate through the entire range of Kustom Kit clothes categorised into product types and Kustom Kit organised collections. To learn more about these collections please scroll down.Kustom Kit Size Guide
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Kustom Kit 5 Star Accreditations
Every factory that manufactures products for Kustom Kit must commit to meeting internationally recognised standards. We do not own factories and are extremely selective about who we work with. Compliance is closely monitored by a range of globally recognised bodies who make regular audits to the factories in which our clothing is manufactured.
Oeko-Tex is an independent globally standardised certification especially developed for textiles. Its primary purpose is to ensure that the chemicals used in the manufacture of textile products are in no way damaging to health.
At Kustom Kit we understand what the modern wearer demands from their clothing. We expect colours to be brighter, we want our shirts to need little or no ironing and we require our sportswear to be fully functional keeping us both warm and dry. We test every component from fabric to thread, every label, lining, button and zip so that our customers never have to compromise on comfort or performance. Oeko-Tex Standard 100 allows Kustom Kit to deliver innovate fabrics and designs with complete confidence that no harmful chemicals have been used in their manufacture. Kustom Kit demands all products achieve this certification.
The Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh (the Accord) was signed on May 15th 2013. It is a five year independent, legally binding agreement between global brands, retailers and trade unions designed to build a safe and healthy Bangladeshi Garment Industry. All of our key Bangladeshi factories are screened and inspected under the ACCORD programme.
The agreement consists of six key components:
The BSCI program is a voluntary system by which BSCI members work with their suppliers to be in compliance with the BSCI code of conduct.
The BSCI program consists of following principles:
When it comes to factory audits, nothing beats seeing things first hand. This is why our experienced product team make regular visits to our suppliers to ensure that manufacturing is undertaken in line with our strict ethical and environmental policies. In fact, we will never work with a factory that we haven’t audited in person.
STeP is an additional factory audit which places emphasis on environmental performance and social responsibility. It is only gained by factories who achieve the highest level of sustainable production and safety ethics. The fabric used to manufacture the majority of our shirts is produced in a STeP accredited factory. We are working with our entire manufacturing base to
Made in Green is a traceable label that applies exclusively to textiles. It communicates that the garment/fabric has not only been tested for harmful substances as certified by standard 100 but is also sustainably produced in accordance to Oeko-Tex guidelines. Labelled product is available, please contact customer services for details, MOQ’s and lead-times.
The WRAP Certification Program’s objective is to independently monitor and certify compliance with the below standards, to ensure that sewn products are being produced under lawful, humane and ethical conditions. Participating facilities voluntarily commit to ensuring that their manufacturing practices will meet these standards, and further commit to passing along, on their part, the expectation that their contractors and suppliers likewise comply with these standards.
The WRAP Accreditation consists of twelve key principles:
SMETA is an audit format which is a compilation of good practice in ethical audit techniques designed to help auditors conduct high quality audits that encompass all aspects of responsible business practice.
The 4 pillars of SMETA:
Kustom Kit Garment Care
All you need to know (and perhaps a little bit more) about preserving the look, feel, fit and wear of your Kustom Kit garment.
Kustom Kit Washing Guide
Always look for the garment care label and follow the washing instructions. Washing machines, powders and fabrics are specially manufactured to ensure that when washed at the right temperature your clothes will come out looking their best time after time.
GARMENT FIBRE PROPERTIES
Before washing, close all zips, undo buttons and flatten out collars and cuffs. Check pockets and linings for loose or sharp objects. Turn garments inside out to reduce abrasion so avoiding contamination by fibres from other garments during the washing cycle. Always read the label for correct washing temperature. Do not overload the washing machine. Always use the correct amount of detergent depending on how dirty the garments are. Check garments regularly for marks or stains and remove as soon as possible.
Kustom Kit Drying Guide
Always check the care label to see whether a garment can be tumble dried. When tumble drying the following is recommended:
Re-shape whilst damp, by gathering the hem in one hand, holding the shoulders in the other and pulling back into shape.
Kustom Kit Ironing Guide
The iron symbols advise the optimum temperature at which to iron. The dots represent the recommended iron temperature; the more dots the hotter the iron.
Iron each garment on recommended setting as per the care label.
Common Wash Problems
Shrinkage | The major factors contributing to shrinkage are heat and excessive agitation. Do not wash at too high a temperature. Always wash on the most appropriate cycle and follow the care instructions.
Most stains can be removed by soaking in cold water as long as the fabric is washable, but as with all stains, prompt attention is important.
Alcohol (Beer & Spirits) | Rinse or soak the stain in luke warm water and then launder in heavy duty detergent as per the care label.
Kustom Kit Ethical Statement
Kustom Kit believes that business should be conducted with total respect for people and the environment. We adopt a rigorous selection process for garment manufacturers, ensuring only those that are totally committed to exceeding our high ethical standards become appointed suppliers. We have never purchased from a supplier that we haven’t inspected and approved personally.
We do not own our factories and choose instead to build strong working relationships with carefully selected suppliers. We employ local agents and staff based in each of our garment factories whose sole focus is to ensure total compliance of our strict ethical standards for suppliers and to test fabric and finished garments at source.
Kustom Kit Supply Chain Code of Conduct Compliance
Our products are manufactured by different supplier organisations employing thousands of people in several countries. We recognise and honour our duty to protect the workforce employed to manufacture our garments and work tirelessly with our suppliers to ensure the provision of fair wages and working hours, safe and hygienic working conditions, regular employment and no discrimination, harsh or inhumane treatment of employees.
In order to manufacture Kustom Kit garments, each appointed supplier must comply with national and other applicable laws and conform to the following
An ethical audit is a formal examination of the labour practices of a workplace or company. It is a verifiable process to understand, measure, report on and help improve an organisation’s social and environmental performance.
We demand that all of our garment manufacturers hold a valid audit from at least one of the following:
WRAP Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production
BSCI Business Social Compliance Initiative
SMETA Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit
As a further safeguard our garment manufacturers must agree to permit regular unannounced visits from our senior management team.
Modern slavery encompasses slavery, servitude, human trafficking and forced labour. We are committed to acting ethically and with integrity and transparency in all business dealings and to putting effective systems and controls in place to safeguard against any form of modern slavery taking place within the business or our supply chain.
Our suppliers Kustom Kit operates a supplier policy and maintains a preferred supplier list. We conduct due diligence on all suppliers before allowing them to become a preferred supplier. This due diligence includes an online search to ensure that the particular organisation has never been convicted of offences relating to modern slavery and on-site audits that include a review of working conditions. Our anti-slavery policy forms part of our working agreement with all suppliers and they are required to confirm that no part of their business operations contradicts this policy.
In addition to the above, as part of our contract with suppliers, we require that they confirm to us that: