We value the transition to more sustainable materials. We discover and use materials with little environmental footprint and certified by an authorized institution.
Recycled Nylon is made by recycling marine debris such as waste fishing nets that are thrown into the sea.
Waste fishing nets, which account for 70% of the world's marine debris, are mainly made of nylon.
We do business with companies that have these technologies and are certified to international recycling standards.
Recycled Polyester is made by recycling plastic waste such as discarded PET bottles. In the United States alone, as much plastic waste is thrown away as 65 trucks a day, but only 2.5% of them are recycled. Some of this is exported somewhere, and the rest is mostly incinerated.
We use a material made from yarn by disassembling discarded plastic bottles, and usually 27 plastic bottles are needed for a shirt. We do business with companies that have these technologies and are certified to international recycling standards.
Bamboo grows only with sunlight and moisture without using water, fertilizers, or pesticides, so it has little impact on the environment and emits 35% more oxygen into the air than other trees of the same size.
In addition, we only use fibers from companies with FSC certification and closed loop systems.
Tencel is made of wood pulp extracted from renewable wood sources (eucalyptus wood).
In addition, 99.5% of the chemicals used are recycled and made of closed loop systems that are not discarded with toxic wastewater.