Mega Recycled Hoodie White
The Modog Mega Recycled Hoodie lives up to its name. 60% Recycled, organic cotton / 40% Recycled polyester, equals 100% of already existing material getting new life!
A clean white hoodie that you can wear with pride and confidence whenever you want, knowing that you have contributed to a better planet. Perfect for the summer nights, or when it's simply a little too chilly to wear just a t-shirt.
✔ Free shipping ✔ 1-2 week delivery
- 60% Recycled cotton organically grown
- 40% Recycled polyester
- Vegan approved certificate
- OEKO-TEXT Standard 100 certified
ORGANIC ETHICAL SLOW FASHION
Free shipping & easy returns
Ethical manufacturing & sustainable material
1 piece of clothing = 1 kg plastic collected
Support the Modog community
Mega Recycled. It's quite speaking for itself, and we are very happy to be able to offer this solution for our first available hoodies ever!
The non-limited collection is not a part of "1 shirt = 1 kg plastic", but it's surely a great way to help our cause. The profits from this collection will help us fund clean-up days, different kind of events, new collections, and of course, ways to improve and optimize everything we do on our journey towards our environmental goals.
Cotton makes the fabric breathable, but it's not optimal for our planet. By ruling out non-organic cotton (genetically modified cotton seeds) and using its organic equivalent instead, Modog reduces the required water supply per t-shirt by 50%.
Besides, buying one Tee made from organic cotton saves up to 7m² of soil from chemical pollutants.
The Global Recycled Standard
The Global Recycled Standard is an international, voluntary, full product standard that sets requirements for third-party certification of recycled content, chain of custody, social and environmental practices, and chemical restrictions.
The GRS is intended to meet the need of companies looking to verify the recycled content of their products (both finished and intermediate products) and to verify responsible social, environmental, and chemical practices in the production of these products.
We want to collect 1 TON plastic before moving forward!
Get your hands dirty and join us!