Cut Loose started in the late 70’s on Fisherman’s Wharf. They dyed their own fabric in a Victorian claw-foot bathtub, but soon outgrew it. They now have customized machines and computerized dye vats to create clothes in new custom colors, as well as their historic best sellers. Cut Loose has been in business for over 30 years. They manufacture their products in San Francisco and their employees are offered profit sharing opportunities. Fabrics are hand dyed and their fabric test samples are re-purposed into scarves, napkins, market bags, and scrunchies. They also recycle other materials, as well as use non-toxic dyes and neutralize waste water to avoid corroding city pipes. Cut Loose primarily uses natural fibers such as cotton knits, linen, rayon made from wood cellulose, and Tencel.
Atlas loves the soft dressing from Cut Loose. Available in a variety of natural fibers, Cut Loose will be your go-to for ease and comfort.
Made in the USA