Boulder clothing maker packs in $4M capital raise

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Screenshot of the Pact website.

Boulder clothing brand Pact Apparel has pocketed $4 million in fresh investment.

The company makes clothing – loungewear, socks and sweatshirts – from organic cotton and last year rolled out a new line of soft-cotton baby clothing, according to a news release.

The products are available on its website and in Target and Whole Foods stores. Online, Pact sells plain men’s cotton T-shirts for $20 and women’s sweatshirts for $40.

In 2016, the apparel company raised $11.3 million. It is led by CEO Brendan Synnot.

It’s not the only Boulder clothing maker to fundraise recently. Playful apparel startup Shinestry raised $3.4 million last summer.

pact website

pact website

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