High neck sweater with long sleeves and ribbed trims.
MATERIALS, CARE AND ORIGIN
Care for fiber: at least 50% Join Life viscose.
We use the Join Life label on clothing that is produced using technology and raw materials that help us to reduce the environmental impact of our products.
We work with monitoring programmes to ensure compliance with our social, environmental and health and safety standards for our garments.
To assess compliance, we have developed a programme of audits and continuous improvement plans.
52% viscose · 30% polyester · 18% nylon
JOIN LIFE VISCOSE
Join Life viscose is obtained from more sustainably managed forests where trees are grown in a controlled manner, ensuring that primary and protected forests are respected, and as a part of programmes that guarantee reforestation.
Furthermore, technologies are used during its production process that meet the environmental requirements set by the European Best Available Techniques (EU BAT), developed by the European Union, that establish more efficient technologies to reduce energy and water consumption and generation of CO2 emissions.
This product was manufactured following the Inditex Group Join Life standard. Created in 2015 as a tool for standardising criteria, it is defined based on several aspects, such as impact analysis based on the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) methodology, initiatives that promote practices with lower impact and materials certified by specialised external companies.
Since its creation, our work has been ongoing to improve it.
Caring for your clothes is caring for the environment.
Knit garments have elasticity, which is why it is important to wash them at low temperatures on a gentle spin cycle, dry them on a flat surface and fold them for storage. This will prevent them from becoming deformed and will reduce energy consumption.
Machine wash at max. 30ºC/86ºF with short spin cycle
Do not use bleach
Iron at a maximum of 110ºC/230ºF
Do not dry clean
Do not tumble dry
We work with our suppliers, workers, unions and international organizations to develop a supply chain in which human rights are respected and promoted, contributing to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Thanks to the collaboration with our suppliers, we work to know the facilities and processes used to manufacture our garments in order to know the traceability of our products.