Jacket with an elasticated stand-up collar and long sleeves finished with a ribbed cuff. Pockets at the hip. Front zipper.
MATERIALS, CARE AND ORIGIN
Care for fiber & water: at least 25% recycled polyester.
We label under the name Join Life the garments that are produced using technologies and raw materials that help us to reduce the environmental impact of our products.
We work with monitoring programs to ensure compliance with our social, environmental and health and safety standards for our garments.
To assess compliance, we have developed a program of audits and continuous improvement plans.
95% POLYESTER · 5% ELASTANE
Currently, recycled polyester is mainly produced from the recycling of PET plastic, such as plastic bottles.
Every time you deposit a plastic bottle in the recycling bin, it is taken to a waste sorting and sorting unit. There, the different types of plastic are separated to give them a better destination. PET plastic is cleaned, shredded and recycled into new recycled polyester fiber, among other products.
In this way, we were able to give new life to plastic waste and reduce the consumption of virgin raw materials.
We only use recycled polyester certified by organizations that follow up from origin to final product. We currently work with:
Global Recycled Standard (GRS)
Recycled Content Standard (RCS)
CARE FOR WATER
These garments were produced using technologies that reduce water consumption in their production processes.
The processes of dyeing or washing clothes are the ones that require more water consumption. The use of closed cycles that allow the reuse of water or technologies such as low bath ratio machines or mass dyeing, which reduce water consumption in these processes, helps us to preserve freshwater resources.
This product was manufactured following the Join Life standard of the Inditex Group. Created in 2015 as a tool to unify criteria, it is defined based on several aspects, such as impact analysis based on the Life Cycle Assesment (LCA) methodology, initiatives that promote practices with less impact or materials certified by specialized external companies.
From its creation, we work continuously to improve it.
We work with our suppliers, workers, unions and international bodies to develop a supply chain in which human rights are promoted and respected, contributing to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Thanks to the collaboration with our suppliers, we work to learn about the facilities and processes used to manufacture our parts, in order to know the traceability of our products.
Made in China
Taking care of your clothes is taking care of the environment.
To keep your coats clean, simply air them out and pass them with a cloth or a clothes brush. If dry cleaning is necessary, try to find laundries that use environmentally friendly technologies.