Recycled cotton is made from waste cotton, which is sorted by type and color, and then crushed and converted into new cotton fiber.
The use of recycled cotton reduces the consumption of primary raw materials. By turning textile waste into a new recycled fiber, we avoid the next planting of cotton.
In addition, in this way we turn waste into a resource.
We use only recycled cotton, certified by organizations that control its production from the very beginning to the final product. We currently work with the following standards:
Global Recycled Standard (GRS)
Recycled Content Standard (RCS)
By taking care of your clothes, you are taking care of the environment.
To keep jackets and coats clean, simply air them out and wipe them down with a cloth or brush. This will ensure a more gentle treatment of the fabric and will avoid the consumption of water and electricity during the washing process.