Ungalli Clothing – Thunder Bay's one stop shop for Unique, Local and Environmentally Friendly Gifts!

If you haven’t heard about it yet, there’s a new local business in Thunder Bay; a company with a “fierce determination to change the way people think about their clothes” – introducing Ungalli Clothing Company.

Ungalli Clothing is designed and ethically produced from 100% recycled and repurposed sustainable materials including recycled water bottles, recycled cotton, and scraps from cotton factory floors.

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Cofounded by two Thunder Bay sisters, Bree and Hailey Hollinsworth, Ungalli Clothing Company sells a variety of casual and active wear clothing for men and women of all ages: anything from beanie hats, to long sleeves, to zip-up hoodies to t-shirts, all perfect for life in Northwest Ontario and all which sport unique designs and logos that abide by their mission to offer stylish, comfy, yet eco-friendly clothing options.

Any Ungalli clothing product would easily make a unique and thoughtful gift and it’s a great way to support a local, environmentally savvy business.


You can always buy Ungalli merchandise online at www.ungalli.com. Keep in mind that ordering from their website is simple and quick too, offering delivery to you within 1-3 days for most Canadian provinces, or 5-8 days for any US orders.

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As more and more present-day shoppers become more socially and environmentally conscious, and more people look for businesses that support a people, planet, profit framework, holiday shopping means finding items and merchandise that go beyond plain material value. Fortunately, Ungalli Clothing Company has joined this movement to become a catalyst for fundamental change.

You can visit the Ungalli website to find out more about their business practices and the environmental charities they help to support, while you can also find Ungalli Clothing Company online on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to stay updated on all the latest arrivals and news.

Be a part of something positive and uniquely Thunder Bay this holiday season; support the environment and our local economy with the apparel on your back with Ungalli Clothing!

Happy Shopping!!

About Chelsea Cameron-Fikis

Chelsea Cameron-Fikis is a graduate of Lakehead University with a Master’s Degree in English and Women’s Studies.  

Chelsea enjoys hiking, travelling and creative writing in her spare time. In the future Chelsea  wishes to one day write and publish her own book.



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