At Save The Great South Bay, all our apparel is eco-friendly.    The cotton is sustainably grown, and is of the highest quality.   The inks are biodegradable.    The printing is done right here on Long Island, at a company called Spectrum Designs, a Non-Profit that employs autistic young adults.    Several of the designs are via Susan Brown, an “outsider artist” from Sayville whose work often features local scenes.

The apparel designs come from Loomstate, a global leader in the sustainable fashion movement.    We strive for comfort, beauty, and social responsibility in all our products.

If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions about our store, please let us know!: