As part of FLA, some of the world's leading brands have committed to ensuring fair labor practices and safe and humane working conditions throughout their supply chains. Companies that have committed to FLA's Code of Conduct and established systems to identify and remedy ethical violations are making significant strides towards that goal. These companies are working with FLA to develop and improve social compliance systems that flag issues and lead to sustainable solutions when workers are at risk. Companies join the FLA on a voluntary basis, but they must meet strict labor standards for as long as they are affiliated. FLA holds Participating Companies accountable for monitoring 100% of their own supply chains to ensure that they meet FLA labor standards. In addition, FLA conducts independent assessments of a random sample of companies' supplier factories. Click the logos below to learn more about brands' compliance efforts and results of FLA assessments of their suppliers.
adidas owns adidas and Reebok brands, and its social compliance program is accredited by FLA.
From the adidas website: Being a sustainable business is about striking the balance between shareholder expectations and the needs and concerns of our employees, the workers in our supply chain, and the environment. We truly believe that acting as a responsible business – one that is fully committed to respecting human rights – will contribute to lasting economic success.
The Antigua Group, Inc., one of the nation’s leading designers and marketers of genuine golf and sports apparel, stands firmly committed to advancing human rights through our company policies and business practices. We continue to embed social responsibility into our brand management and over the past six years we have made great gains in supply chain transparency, ethical sourcing, educating and training our vendors.
All arena branded products. The TM rights are owned by Arena Distribution SA.
Clothing, footwear and logoed products.
All Burton, Anon, and Analog branded products including: boards, bindings, boots, helmets, goggles, hardgoods accessories, outerwear, apparel, gloves, headwear, socks, protection, softgoods accessories, bags, luggage, and camping equipment.
From the Burton sustainability website: Our efforts are not only within our walls, but include the people that we impact all over the world. We aim to not only have all our factories meet our high international human rights and responsibility standards, but to impact everyone around us as positively as possible.
All Colosseum knits and fleece products (jerseys, tees, and outerwear, including tops and bottoms)
From the Colosseum website: At Colosseum Athletics we realize that our sourcing decisions have a social impact in factories around the globe. Along with meeting our customer’s expectations, we are also active in improving working conditions for hundreds of workers wherever Colosseum products are made. We feel responsible for the well-being of workers finishing our products and are committed to improving their quality of life.
Cutter & Buck, Annika, New Wave and Clique brands marketed in the United States.
In-store headwear and apparel. Dallas Cowboys Merchandising, Ltd.'s affiliation includes Blue Star Graphics and Design and 289c Apparel, Ltd.
Products for brands under the following subsidiaries: Delta Activewear (Delta Pro-Weight, Delta Magnum Weight, Health Knit, and Quail Hollow), M.J. Soffe, LLC (Soffe, Intensity, Cape Fear Trading, Soffe Chic, TCX, The Cotton Exchange, Milton James, and XT46), Junkfood Clothing Company (Junk Food, Junk Mail, Sweet and Sour, and Junk Food loves GAP), and FunTees (private label supplier to a select group of major brands).
Products Covered by FLA Affiliation: All Fanatics Branded and RNL products.