It's Really Hard to Build a Repair Program

If you've tried, you know. And if you haven't, trust me, because I spent many years building the foundation for Arc'teryx's ReBird program. Even with the resources we had, it was still incredibly difficult to build, maintain and scale a repair and care program that thrived at retail.

Beyond the obvious sustainability benefits, there is a serious business case for it. Customers want the ability to repair, tailor, customize, and maximize the performance and their clothing - and brands want new revenue streams, cost savings, and more interactions with loyal customers who rave about their experience.

While the business case for sustainability is strong, it can be hard to implement a repair program - which is where Spruce comes in.

Through our innovative, technology-enabled platform that solves for all the potential pain-points, Spruce empowers any business, no matter the size, to offer product care, repair and alteration, and benefit from the revenue boost and cost savings it provides.

Sustainability that drives your business forward - that's Spruce.

- Devon de Balasi Brown

What would the world look like if product repair was easy?

Extending the life of an article of clothing by just 9 months reduces carbon emissions, waste, and water footprints by 20-30%

1. 92 million

Tonnes of of textile waste is produced every year

20,000 litres

Of water is consumed to produce 1 Kilogram of cotton

$500 billion

is lost each year because of under-wearing apparel