Jack Wolfskin has presented its second sustainability report and published the evaluation of the company under the standards of the Fair Wear Foundation (FWF). In 2011, the brand managed for the first time to cover all its affiliated manufacturing plants through 83 audits among its suppliers to check their performance in terms of sustainability. According to the management, 66 percent of the suppliers managed to keep their high standards, while 27 percent improved them and for 7 percent, the audits have shown a softened performance. Through its own “Brand Performance Check,” the Fair Wear Foundation confirmed that Jack Wolfskin met all the standards required by FWF in 2011.