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Be ready for any weather in sustainable style
Main Fabric: 86% Recycled Nylon, 14% Polyurethane
Black Fabric: 70% Polyester, 30% Recycled Polyester
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As a consumer you can reduce your impact significantly* by taking care of your clothes.
We recommend that to save water, reduce detergent usage, reduce energy consumption and to extend the life of this garment that you wash it as infrequently as is practical.
*wearing your clothes for 9 months longer can reduce carbon, water and waste footprints by 20-30% each.
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Smart two-tone kangaroo-style jacket, made with 86% recycled nylon. This jacket is fluorocarbon (PFC) free.
Spanish brand Ecoalf use the highest quality recycled fabrics to create a new generation of sustainable products.
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Made with recycled nylon
Blue sign certified fabrics
Top tier supplier visited by brand
Ecoalf visit their top tier suppliers regularly for quality control and to observe factory working conditions. In addition the factory where this jacket was made has been independently audited using recognised ethical audit techniques.
This jacket is made with recycled nylon. Ecoalf share that the manufacturing process of recycled nylon produces 28% less CO2 than conventional nylon. Recycling nylon also keeps this slow to break down material out of landfills.
Ecoalf waterproof fabrics are fluorocarbon (PFC) free. Fluorocarbons are long chain chemicals that effectively repel water but can slowly leach into the environment where they take a very long time to break down.
Cut and Sew: China (Sedex / Smeta/ BSCI)
Fabric 1: Korea (Blue Sign / OEKO-TEX)
Fabric 2: Taiwan (Blue Sign / OEKO-TEX)
It would be great to see Ecoalf collaborate with an organisation like the Fair Wear Foundation to advance the complex topic of a real living wage for garment workers.