For exchanges and returns, contact email@example.com and include the following information in the body of your email:
1) your order number;
2) whether you wish to return or exchange the item(s) purchased;
3) the reason for the exchange/return; and
4) if exchanging, the style and size you want instead.
Within 24 hours of receipt of your email, we will send you a shipping label to get the process started.
Please note that we are unable to accept returns after the 30-day grace period has passed. If the package is postmarked after this period without us having received notice during the specified time frame (as mentioned above), we unfortunately will not be able to accept the return. Likewise, we are unable to accept items that have any signs of wear and/or laundering.
Final sale and pre-sale items are ineligible for both refunds and exchanges.
Each year, Americans send 21 billion pounds of clothing waste to landfills. Often made with toxic dyes and plastic-derived, man-made fibers, most clothes will take hundreds of years to break down while generating greenhouse gasses as they do. Traditional garment making utilizes a variety of different non-biodegradable and environmentally harmful materials when the majority of clothing we wear on a daily basis can function and survive without them (and without compromising performance).
Work backward. We focused on garment disposal, knowing that if we only used materials that were safe enough for the earth to take back, then not only would we solve the problem, but we'd also ensure that the garment’s entire life cycle would be 100% safe from a human-ecological perspective.
The End Result
We manufacture high-end, ethically-sourced, plant-based menswear that can be composted after years and years of use instead of having no other choice but to end up in a landfill. Even better, our clothes won’t stress the environment when worn or washed because the microfibers will safely biodegrade without a trace.
We Built Gomorrah Around 5 Tenets To Protect People & Planet.
The belief that clothes are investments that are to be lived in, cared for, and kept out of landfills.
The idea that true luxury garments, as defined by materials and construction don't have to come at unreasonably high costs and should be accessible to everyone.
The duty to educate our customer base on the deleterious effects of traditional garment making and fast fashion.
The importance of not placing undue stress on the environment in the interest of business and product.
The responsibility to have a clear cut philanthropic plan that serves to help maintain and/or restore the planet's natural resources.