Recycled cotton track pants
Salt lakes were the main inspiration behind the pink brand color. Pink lakes are in fact, not as rare and uncommon as they are perceived. There are many across the world: Australia, Bolivia, Spain, Senegal, Russia, Tanzania, France, America, China, Mexico and Azerbaijan! Salt lakes are often the home and breeding sites of flamingos. Interestingly, flamingos are not actually pink - instead, they are born with grey feathers. They gradually turn pink due to their diet of brine shrimp and blue-green algae. It is this specific algae (known as Dunadiella Salina) that is also responsible for the pink color of the lakes and brine shrimps found in these lakes, who are also pink because they feed on the bacteria.
Together with Sea Trees, we aim to store CO2 in the most effective way, provide habitats for threatened species and benefit local communities.
1 PANGAIA product purchased = 1 mangrove tree planted
1 PANGAIA product purchased
1 mangrove tree planted
1 ton of CO2 stored
1 flight from London to New York
More about our technologiesWe use materials from plants grown without the use of harmful and toxic pesticides. The organic raw cotton we use holds the transaction certificate from the Control Union, meaning that the yarn is processed according to the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) Over 100 billion items of clothing are being produced every year. Half of it goes to landfills and takes decades to decompose. Over 500 billion plastic bottles are being produced every year. By 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. All textile and plastic waste can be recycled, turned into a yarn and reused over and over again. We develop products made of post consumer recycled materials and plastic bottles. It does not just look good, but most importantly feels good too Created using a recycled water system. We used a dyeing process with low water consumption and treatment of textile effluents, aiming to reuse water during the washing processes. This is a more sustainable, ‘environmentally friendly’ process which uses low toxicity products in order to reduce the generation of effluents, whilst also promoting low water consumption. These selected seven colors have all found their inspiration in nature.
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