Skinny fit jeans in "Eco-Recycle" denim

€ 37,95
Skinny fit jeans with unique marbled look light wash. Five-pocket design with print on the back pocket. Made of stretch "Eco-Recycle" cotton blend denim, which comes from regenerated cotton fibers in order to reduce the environmental impact at all phases of production.
Black
Size EUR
Milano, Italy

Free shipping on orders over 40 € - Free returns

Basic Features

  • Model: KANYE
  • Stretch cotton blend "Eco-Recycle" denim
  • Long trousers
  • Zip and button closure
  • Belt loops at waist
  • Yoke on the back

COMPOSITION

82% Cotton 16% Polyester 2% Elastane

Made in

Bangladesh

Product code

4XA2CE00W_700

Clothing care

  • Machine washable at a maximum temperature of 40°C. Gentle cycle.
  • Do not bleach.
  • Tumble dry at a maximum temperature of 80°C.
  • Line dry in the shade.
  • Iron at moderate temperature.
  • Do not dry-clean.


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SUSTAINABILITY RECYCLED COTTON
WATER SAVING Producing recycled cotton means freeing up land that will then be available for food crops as well as safeguarding resources like water and soil, thanks to reduced chemical use.
NEW LIFE FOR WASTE Our recycled cotton comes from leftover products and fabrics and finished garments that have reached the end of their lifecycle.
2025 GOAL Our goal is to achieve 100% sustainable cotton (organic, recycled and BCI) for our collections by 2025.