Our key commitments A brand committed to more sustainable fashion

Even before the climate emergency was on the agenda, the company could have been called responsible. As early as 1922, its founder Armand Le Guen collected canvas from tents to make marine clothing.
For 100 years, the brand has multiplied large and small actions for more sustainable fashion. It is committed to significantly reducing its carbon impact by 2030.

Our clothes are designed to last over time

Our century-old know-how is the main guarantee of the quality of our clothes, which are designed to last over time and be passed on, like our iconic pea-coat in woollen cloth. They are our signature and our pride!

From rigorous quality controls to maintenance advice, we want each garment to accompany our customers for as long as possible.

We are committed to favouring the use of French raw materials, respectful of the environment, human health and animal well-being.

We maintain relationships of trust with our suppliers, based on the long-term and shared standards in terms of environmental, social and societal responsibility.

We are committed to defending local know-how

Many brands lower their prices excessively. They sell at a loss and betray consumers. This translates into pressure in the factories, very often outside of Europe, which are asked to produce at a lower price.

At Dalmard Marine, we are committed to defending local know-how and supporting production capacities in France. Depending on the season, the availability of production units, the volume and the models, we also work with European partners with a strictly identical quality result.

In addition, we produce in a reasoned way and remunerate the entire production chain at their fair value.

We contribute to a circular economy

Convinced that clothes are made to live several lives, we contribute to a circular economy with our national pea-coat recycling program. Since April 2021, we have collected 4.5 tons of pea coats in our Paimpol workshop.

The pea coats collected are transformed into unique accessories in Paimpol and in partner workshops in Brittany. Offcuts are recycled by an approved textile sorting center.

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We have to move the standards

Because the textile industry is the second emitter of greenhouse gases, we must move the codes by inviting our community to adopt the right gestures. 

With the conviction that consuming is voting, we are part of the collective Make Friday Green Again, created on the initiative of Faguo, to encourage reasoned and responsible consumption.

We are committed to eliminating all plastic e-commerce bags and boxes. We opt for reusable and biodegradable paper bags as well as 100% recyclable and adhesive-free corrugated cardboard boxes.