Outland Jeans Employs Survivors of Human Trafficking in Cambodia

 - Aug 30, 2018
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Beginning as the 'Denim Project' Outland Jeans has now expanded and proudly touts its focus on female empowerment and combating human traffickers. Founded by James Bartle, Outland Jeans offers premium denim pants created by dedicated and skilled seamstresses, all of which are survivors of human trafficking in Cambodia. In addition to this life-saving focus, the jeans are also constructed from ethically sourced materials ranging from organic denim and pocket lining to recycled packaging.

To ensure the jeans are of a high quality, and the seamstresses are well trained, Outland Jeans employs its own production facility in Cambodia. This manufacturing space is both clean and bright, while also offering holistic care along with informative training. The facility also ensures Outland Jeans has an outpost in Cambodia and can help more women in the area.