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Our classic hoodie is made from plastic bottles that have been collected from across India, via a zero waste concept. This helps to clean up waste and reduce the consumption of raw materials, energy usage and pollution.The recycled polyester fibre is then mixed with organic cotton resulting in a soft, durable and heavy weight fleece. Its simple design is accentuated by our signature drawstring and heat press detailing.
60% Organic Cotton, 40% Recycled Polyester
Factory: Wonder Routine, Portugal
Mill: Lurdes Sampaio, Portugal
Yarn: Organic Cotton from North Africa and Recycled Polyester from Relliance Group, India
Raw: Cotton plant & plastic bottles
Adewunmi is wearing a Size 4. He is 6'2" and has a 33" chest.
Marina is wearing a Size 2. She is 5'10.5" and a UK 8-10.
We offer worldwide shipping on all purchases.
Free Standard UK deliveries on all orders over £150
Standard UK Delivery (3 - 5 working days) £3.95
Next Day (before 2pm ordered before Monday - Thursday) £8.00
Standard via FedEx (3-5 working days) £15.00
Express via FedEx (Next Day if ordered before 2 pm) £20.00
Rest of the World:
Standard via FedEx (3-5 working days) £25.00
Express via FedEx (2 working days) £30.00
Displayed prices include UK VAT of 20% which is not charged outside of the European Union. Your order total will be shown at the checkout stage. Where VAT is not charged, local duties may apply upon delivery.
We encourage Earth Friendly Care on all our products.
Please check the care label on your product for full instructions on how to look after it and ensure it's longevity.
We’re committed to creating gender-neutral wardrobe staples that are kind on the planet. We don’t compromise on design or sustainability, we create products for life, not just a season.
All of our products are carefully crafted by our global community of kind humans.
We make sure our clothes, and the people who make them, are celebrated and treated with the respect they deserve.