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sustainable  materials

All of our clothes are made from recycled, organic, or repurposed materials.



This plant-based material is ideal for activewear. The fibers are twice as strong as cotton, ensuring durability and resilience against wear and tear. The high tensile strength of bamboo fibers surpasses that of common textiles like cotton or linen.

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Our blended jersey incorporates both recycled cotton and recycled polyester. The inclusion of polyester enhances the fabric's durability.

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Nylon Crepe

100% recycled nylon is quick drying and ultra lightweight.


Organic Cotton

Our collection of organic apparel features garments crafted from this eco-friendly fabric. This quality cotton is cultivated without the use of herbicides or pesticides, and it proudly holds the esteemed GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certification.

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Polyester Jersey

Our performance-oriented key fits now feature a 100% recycled polyester jersey. This polyester possesses natural moisture-wicking and quick-drying properties, outperforming traditional cotton or cotton blends.

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Cotton French Terry

Crafted from premium-quality materials, this heavy weight fabric is composed of 100% cotton, providing both warmth and breathability. The medium-sized loop back adds a touch of softness to an otherwise heavy fabric.



Derived from the stem of the hemp plant (Cannabis sativa L.), hemp fabric belongs to the category of bast fibers, similar to linen, jute, and bamboo. Recognized for its softness and remarkable durability, hemp fabric outlasts traditional cotton garments, with a hemp T-shirt potentially lasting double or triple the lifespan of its cotton counterpart.

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Derived from beech tree pulp, modal fabric is a semi-synthetic material primarily utilized in clothing production. As a type of rayon, modal exhibits enhanced durability and flexibility compared to the conventional variant of this plant-based textile.

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