wol hide x manymoons

Our Mission

Wol Hide is committed to having a lasting positive impact our the world we leave our children. Through our partnership with Manymoons we are able to ensure that the items you purchase are part of a circular model, keeping them in use until their end of life is properly managed.

We empower our community to disrupt the antiquated and destructive take-make-waste system and participate in a circular system.

With conscious circular consumption and design, we can make great changes together for the health and future of our shared planet.

We are thrilled to be a part of this ground-breaking partnership!

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the three pillars of circularity



We design and produce styles that follow our strict guidelines; prohibiting the use of toxic chemicals and synthetic materials. We prioritize organic and climate beneficial agricultural practices that ensure the resources we are using are replenished in a responsible way.



Purchasing high-quality, durable products extends their lifespan, supporting the principle of keeping items in use longer within our circular economy. Our commitment to using the finest raw materials and upholding the highest design standards ensures that each product not only meets but exceeds longevity, embodying this crucial pillar.



Manymoons collaborates with reputable companies to recycle garments nearing their end of life that meet specific fiber recycling standards. For those garments that also qualify for composting, we join forces with Neighborhood Compost to ensure they are reintegrated into the earth, enriching soil for gardens and farms throughout New Jersey.

Our impact


41,069 of Carbon Dioxide Equivalent


2,053 lbs Virgin Cotton Saved


198,772 USG of Fresh Water Saved

manymoons is a certified b-corp

Certified B Corp.

As the first circular retailer to be Certified B Corp, we're part of a global movement to redefine success in business. By balancing profit with purpose, we seek to achieve higher standards of social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability.

Certification is administered by the non-profit organization B Lab, much like how Agricultural Services Certified Organic (ASCO) certifies products as USDA Organic or the USGBC awards LEED certification to buildings.