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The journey of our jeans begins with the choice of raw materials used in its production.

Sustainable jeans are made with cotton, sourced by ISKO™ without harmful pesticides or synthetic fertilisers, reducing the environmental impact of farming. All our fabrics have recycled cotton in their composition.

Once the cotton is harvested, it’s spun into yarn and then woven into denim fabric.

Our jeans use energy-efficient and water-saving production methods during the spinning and weaving process to minimize their impact on the environment.

The next stage is the dyeing process. Traditional dyeing techniques use large amounts of water and chemicals, which can be harmful to the environment. Our jeans, on the other hand, are made by ISKO™ that have implemented eco-friendly technologies and practices, such as using recycled water and minimising chemical use.

After the fabric is dyed, it is cut and sewn into the shape of jeans.

Our jeans are made by skilled workers in fair-wage factories that prioritise the safety and well-being of their workers. The factories also have environmentally-friendly policies and take measures to reduce their carbon footprint.

Once the jeans are finished, they are shipped to our warehouse. Packaged in biodegradable or reusable materials, reducing waste, and lowering their environmental impact.

The journey of our jeans does not end when they are sold. It is up to you, the consumer to care for your jeans in a sustainable way. This means washing them in cold water and avoiding the use of bleach or other harsh chemicals. By taking care of your jeans, you can extend their life.

Read more about how to take care of your jeans.

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