Commonly known for their bags made out of used truck traps, FREITAG recently decided to step up their game, launching an apparel line that produces exclusively compostable clothing.
Zurich company FREITAG continues to impress with their sustainable work as they now launch the world’s first 100 percent compostable denim jeans. Commonly known for their bags made out of used truck traps, the company recently decided to step up their game, launching an apparel line that produces exclusively compostable clothing. Made from F-abric, a biodegradable textile that the company produces itself, the clothes will start the decomposing process within a few months after they are put to the compost. The jeans are made out of linen and hemp, and the materials are solely found in Europe. The model, called “E500”, will be available in a dark blue and a black version. Men’s version will be launched in stores on August 27, and women’s jeans will debut on October 1. Read more here, here and here.
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