Sustainable sweater Wale | navy blue from common|era sustainable fashion
Sustainable sweater Wale | navy blue from common|era sustainable fashion
Sustainable sweater Wale | navy blue from common|era sustainable fashion
Sustainable sweater Wale | navy blue from common|era sustainable fashion
Sustainable sweater Wale | navy blue from common|era sustainable fashion

Sustainable sweater Wale | navy blue

€ 99.90 €69.90

Available sizes:
S M L XL XXL
Sustainability labels: These labels explain why and how this brand is sustainable Read more...
  • FAT
  • LOCP
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  • FAT Fair Trade
  • LOCP Produced in Europe
Certificates:
  • Global Recycled Standard
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Short description

Modern fit raglan sweater. Made from a heavier quality fleece so you can wear it for a long time. Finished with a sturdy rib and nice embroidery. This item is made from recycled cotton, recycled polyester and polyester. The contrasting embroidery makes it a unique item!

This sweater is also available in the colours Dust, Verde and Black. Under this sweater he wears the Hiland T-shirt in the colour Burned Orange.

Our model is 1,86 and wears a size L.

Source: common|era sustainable fashion

Brand
  • Biodegradable packaging
Production
  • Made in Europe

Fabric: 310 grams french terry fleece

  • 47% recycled cotton
  • 30% recycled polyester
  • 23% polyester

Rib:

  • 44% recycled cotton
  • 29% recycled polyester
  • 25% polyester
  • 2% elastane

Labels:

  • 100% recycled polyester

Why do we sometimes also use normal polyester? From time to time, the availability of recycled polyester is less than its demand.
We always look for, and use as many recycled materials as possible for all our products.

common|era was founded in October 2021 by Jasper and Arno. It stands for 'our common era', which is based on the Brundtland Report published in 1987 named 'Our Common Future'. The shortest summary of all time? Let's leave a better world for the next generations.

Eco-friendly: Common|era uses materials like GRS-certified recycled polyester and pre-consumer waste recycled cotton. However, they also use virgin polyester. The reason why this happened? The factory they work with had issues with the supply chain of recycled polyester and hence, replaced it with virgin polyester instead.

Locally produced: The suppliers common|era works with are all based in Portugal, the Netherlands and Spain.

Fair production: common|era works with tex.tracer to provide full transparency about their suppliers. You can find an overview on their website here.

Practical Information:

  • Within the Netherlands: €4.95 -> Free from €150
  • Belgium & Germany: €7.95 -> Free from €150
  • Luxembourg: €8.95

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