SKU
NS410

Unisex recycled sweatshirt

Colours and sizes

Exists in 4 colours

Weight and composition

300 gsm
45% Polyester, 55% Cotton

About the product

Our unisex NS410 sweatshirt, made from 55% pre-consumer recycled cotton and 45% post-consumer recycled polyester, is trendy and eco-friendly. The GRS (Global Recycled Standard) certificate is issued by Ecocert Greenlife.
It is soft and comfortable with brushed fleece inside in a contrasting grey melange colour. It has a straight fit and a crew neck.
It is enzyme-washed to achieve the perfect print surface and is available in 4 marl colourways inspired by nature. Products made from recycled materials may have slight variations in compositions and colours, which explains their natural appearance making each garment unique and authentic.
The quality of the NS410 sweatshirt is also reflected in its finishing details with a contrasting half-moon at back and inner taped neck. With also 2x2 ribbing at neckline, cuffs and hem and twin needle finishing at neckline, armholes, cuffs and hem, it really sets the tone for the collection.

Additional information

Logistic
20
Country of origin
India
Customs code
61102099

Our promise

Expertise Vegan Europe, better known under the EVE VEGAN label (a registered trademark), is an international control and labelling organisation specialised in vegan products.

Expertise Vegan Europe, better known under the EVE VEGAN label (a registered trademark), is an international control and labelling organisation specialised in vegan products.

11 recycled bottles

11 recycled bottles

Matières recyclées

Les matières recyclées s'obtiennent selon deux procédés différents : 

  • recycling materials or clothes that have already been used. This is known as post-consumer recycling, i.e. these materials are given a “post-consumption” second life to prevent the use of virgin materials in textile production.
  • recycling scraps of raw materials used during the production of clothes. This process is called pre-consumer recycling, which means we create and spin new threads from scraps of fabric recovered from textile production before consumption.