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RECYCLED POLYESTER

Re-Swim Shorts

Re-Swim Shorts

$65 · Regular price Sale price
Regular price $65
4.87kg CO2
Swim shorts made with recycled plastic from oceans and landfills.
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Features

  • Swim Shorts made with recycled plastic from oceans and landfills
  • Regular fit with side seam pockets and an adjustable draw-string waistband
  • 100% Recycled Polyester
  • Machine washable. Maximum 30°C wash
  • We use recycled materials because they save water and energy. They also help divert waste from landfills and prevent CO2 - helping to keep our planet clean and combat climate change.

  • Made in better working conditions with living wages, no child labor, freely chosen employment and respect for the environment.

  • The PETA "Vegan Approved" logo indicates that the product is cruelty-free - and that it does not contain any animal products or by-products.

Footprint

4.87kg CO2
Before we offset the carbon emissions of this product, we calculate its footprint. Carbon emissions are a primary driver of climate change and every product has an environmental cost.
  • 2.28kg
    Raw Material
  • 0.42kg
    Material Product
  • 1.63kg
    Garment Assembly
  • 0.34kg
    Packaging
  • 0.19kg
    Transport
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Sizing

  • Mehdi is 190 cm and wears L

  • Mehdi is 190 cm and wears L

  • Malthe is 188 cm and wears M

  • Malthe is 188 cm and wears M

Material

  • Material

    Recycled Polyester

    Our polyester is durable, moisture resistant, and, perhaps most importantly, recycled. In addition, it is GRS certified, ensuring both good working conditions for its producers and minimizing environmental impact.

  • Factory

    Carvalhosa, Portugal

    Our factory partner in Portugal is a world leader in sustainable textile production. Through the installation of solar panels on the roof and tall glass windows that optimise natural light to reduce energy consumption, they are 100% run on renewable, green energy.