Circular
Mud Jeans

"Louie" Shorts

£80.00

Lightweight denim shorts, made from cotton/tencel blend

Pure Blue

Material

69% BCI certified deadstock cotton, 31% tencel

Fit
Specifications

Classy lightweight denim shorts 

Straight leg

Mid waist

Button Fly 

Chino inspired details such as front pockets and welt back pockets

Circular Economy Concept

Clothing Care

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.

Group 21
Delivery

Free UK delivery 5-10 working days from dispatch 

Dispatched from the designer in the Netherlands - no customs fees should be charged

Description

Classy denim shorts, perfect for those hot summer days. The lightweight denim fabric is made from organic cotton and tencel, merging sustainability and comfort. The mid blue colour give the jeans an authentic denim look. The colour is created with bioenzymes and ecological chemicals.

Dutch label Mud Jeans are at the forefront of pioneering the circular economy producing denim clothing that is high performing and sustainable. MUD Jeans is a Dutch circular denim brand. If after many years of wear you no longer need your jeans please send them to us and we will pass them on to Mud to be turned into new jeans.

SIZING
  • Fits true to size. Take your normal size
  • Measurements are for the human body not the garment.
 Size
Waist (cm)
Hips (cm)
 Inseam (cm)
XS
78.5
92
29
S
83
94.5
30
M
88
99
30
L
92.5
104
31
XL
99
107
31

 

Still not sure about your perfect size and fit?
Our team can provide detailed information for any of our products:
orders@brotherswestand.com

Returns or exchanges:
Please try items in the comfort of your own home. If they are not right for you, return them here

 

Product Footprint

Product Footprint

Strong Points

Use of waste materials

Short supply chain with long-term partners

Brand visits partners regularly

B-Corp Member

Mud Jeans

People

Royo is an impressive company with deeply embedded social and environmental goals. They have collaborated with Recover to create a denim upcycling programme. Recover turn textile waste into quality recycled yarn, which Royo then dyes and weaves into denim fabric.

Product manager, Dion Vijgeboom, visits the Yousstex factory every few months to ensure quality working conditions. He has built a good relationship with the factory owner, Mr. Habib, and any issues that arise can be discussed in an open and productive manner.  Labourers work 8 hours a day, 5.5 days a week. Free medical care and transportation are provided. Factory is safe and appropriately air-conditioned/ heated. Workers report they are paid fairly and on time.

Planet

Tencel is a fabric made from renewable wood sources using a process that is held to high environmental standards. The fabric is made by LENZING™, a leading innovator in sustainable fabric manufacturing.

Brothers We Stand has received evidence that the major suppliers involved in the production of these jeans all have wastewater treatment plans in place. 

Mud is using innovative technology to produce the different finishes on their jeans that either reduce or eliminate the amount of damage done to the garment, the water, energy, chemicals, and/or tough manual labour used in comparison to conventional finishing processes. 

Mud Jeans is a circular brand - this means they aim to ​​keep fabric in use for as long as possible by repairing, repurposing and recycling the jeans they make. You can read more about fashion and the circular economy here.

Country of origin

Suppliers

Deadstock denim: Royo, Spain (Better Cotton Initiative member, UN Global Compact signatory)

Tencel: manufactured by LENZING™ 

Stitching and washing: Yousstex, Tunisia (audited by Fair Wear Foundation)

Areas For Development

Brothers We Stand would like to see Mud continue to support and encourage the formation of an active workers committee at Yousstex, the factory where their jeans are stitched.

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