75 % of this garment is made from recycled fibers ♻ The vintage denim is cut removing zips and buttons, then the pieces are reduced in fibres and put into production cycle again by spinning, mixing them with recycled cotton and finally transforming into a new thread.
The thread obtained this way is sustainable and has almost no impact on the environment: old denim and cotton are reused in a new production cycle and the fibres are not dyed as they keep their original colours, so no new chemical colours are used (just consider that 100 L of water and 9 kW of electricity is needed to dye 1 kg of cotton).
If you want to enjoy this knitted garment for many years to come, treat it with love and attention. Always follow general care instructions for knitwear.
Sometimes the indication of precise measurements of the sweater might seem like rocket science! The thing is that the yarn is kind of a “personality” therefore it behaves individually during the manufacturing process of the garment – it might shrink or stretch differently while knitting, laundering or drying the garment. This all may depend on the colour, knitting method or pattern of the yarn etc. For this reason, the given measurements of our products are approximate and can vary in the range of 3 cm for every garment.