Pure Waste - Women's Sweater Raglan Black - 100% Recycled Materials - Weekendbee - sustainable sportswear
Pure Waste - Women's Sweater Raglan Black - 100% Recycled Materials - Weekendbee - sustainable sportswear
Pure Waste

Women's Sweater Raglan Black - 100% Recycled Materials

Regular price €39.00 EUR

CLASSIC SWEATER MADE FROM 100% RECYCLED MATERIAL

Enjoy the casual fit of the classic Pure Waste Sweatshirt while saving 6200 litres of fresh, clean water. Pure Waste sweatshirts are made out of 100% recycled pre-consumer jersey waste clips.

Material details:

70% Recycled Cotton / 30% Recycled Polyester 

Details:

  • Raglan sleeve 
  • Design: Unisex
  • Fit: Regular
  • 6200 Litres Water Saved
  • Responsibly made in India
  • Model is 172cm and wears size: XS

We recommend you carefully consider the right size before ordering to avoid unnecessary exchanges and returns. Shipping products back and forth makes huge impact in to our environment and treating trucks and airplanes like shop assistants to carry our unwanted items is something we don´t recommend. 

 

Pure Waste men´s size chart

Pure Waste women´s size chart

Pure Waste

Pure Waste is a Finnish textile company producing ecologically sustainable yarns, fabrics and ready-made garments using only materials that would otherwise go to waste. Their inspiration comes from the Nordic tradition of recycling and the clean and pure environment of native Finland. Pure Waste mission is to industrialise textile upcycling globally as a common practice.

Manufacturing of the textiles happens in Tiruppur area of southern India where the factory employs people from the nearby village and the eldest of the village is also the head of the factory. To ensure that the standards are fulfilled, one of the Pure Waste shareholders is Indian. He is also responsible for the daily operations in India.

Pure Waste is focused working with cotton since it´s most used but least recycled fabric. Growing cotton requires huge amounts of water and in most cases lots of chemicals.

To read more about cotton, check our Why is it important to choose organic and recycled cotton? post.