Welcome to Green Grom Clothing & Design, your source for eco-friendly t-shirts for babies, toddlers and youth. We’re dedicated to providing you with the very best clothing for kids made with organic, non-toxic and eco-freindly materials, with a focus on using natural dyes, water based inks and unique designs.
The name Green Grom was inspired by both the surf and yoga communities, an eco-conscious lifestyle and of course the little grommets you see out on the beach. Those kids in the water shredding waves, carving the bowl at the skate park and ripping down a fresh powdered mountain covered in snow. Originally, a grommet was a young surfer. In recent years, this has grown to include other extreme sports such as skateboarding and snowboarding.
Green Grom started on the Big Island of Hawaii and has come a long way from canvas designs of artist Anna Grove, to fun wearable art for kids. When Green Grom first started out, our passion for eco-friendly products turned into helping others to be more eco-friendly and eco-conscious of what their kids are wearing. Green Grom wants to share this lifestyle by providing the best clothing for your growing groms!
We are thrilled and honored to be a part of the eco-friendly and non-toxic world of the growing families in your community and we hope that you enjoy our products as much as we enjoy offering them to you!
If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
"I wanted to share my art in a fun way that encourages our growing groms to follow their passions, dream big and at the same time be mindful of their actions! If you love art, paint using water based paints and recycled materials! If you love to surf, get out in the ocean and catch those waves while remembering that the ocean has to be taken care of, too. Help keep the beaches clean by leaving no waste behind. Using eco-friendly, organic and non-toxic materials, as best you can, is a great way to keep the ocean and Mother Earth clean and healthy for all of us to enjoy not only now but in the future."