Ecoalf Beret Recycled Jacket - PFC Free

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  • 100% Recycled PET

  • Regular Fit
    High Collar
    Lightweight and Warm

  • Recyled Materials

  • Made in China
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  • UK: free delivery 3-5 working days
    Europe: £5 delivery 5-8 working days
    Rest of world: £15 delivery 8-20 working days

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Brothers notes: The BERET is a quilted, thin and warm jacket with a contemporary fit. It is made with 100% recycled polyester, reducing the need for virgin resources to be consumed. This jacket is fluorocarbon (PFC) free.

Spanish brand Ecoalf use the highest quality recycled fabrics to create a new generation of sustainable products.


Product Footprint

Ecoalf Beret Recycled Jacket - PFC Free
strong points
  • Made with recycled materials
  • Blue Sign certified fabric 
  • Top tier supplier visited by brand
areas for development

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.

suppliers

Cut and Sew: China (Sedex / SmetaBSCI
Fabric: (Blue Sign)
Lining: (OEKO-TEX)
Filling: (Blue Sign / OEKO-TEX), RDS)

worker conditions

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.

environmental impact

The fabric and filling of this jacket are all made with 100% recycled polyester. This recycled polyester is made from recycled PET which is sourced from plastic bottles or fabric scraps. Using recycled materials reduces waste sent to landfill and avoids the need for virgin resources to be consumed.

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.

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