Introducing a sustainable choice for ribbed jersey. Beautifully crafted in our women-led manufacture. Created keeping breathability, durability, and the environment as a top priority. Textured material keeps it in place all day with or without a magnetic pin making it easy to wear and workout with. Focusing on the lightweight material and superior breathability we were able to create a unique composition that can be worn all season long through the heat, using 50% less water consumption, 50% less energy consumption, and 60% less carbon footprint.
Size 64"x 24"
Cut & Sew Knit > Rib
Sustainable/Eco: TENCEL™ Fiber
LENZING™ Modal / Lenzing Certification Number: 320020109456
TENCEL™ Modal(90%), PU (Polyurethane)(10%)
TENCEL™ branded Modal fibers are produced with sustainably sourced, renewable raw material wood, manufactured by the Lenzing AG company using an environmentally responsible process. TENCEL™ is Lenzing's flagship brand for textiles.
Thanks to their Eco Soft technology, fabric made with this fiber is exceptionally soft to the skin, smooth, luxurious in shine and flow. Some of the most outstanding qualities of TENCEL™ fibers are the ability to enhance breathability and the capacity for thermal regulation and moisture absorption.
TENCEL™ modal fibers are certified as compostable and biodegradable, thus they can fully revert back to nature. They are also certified by the international standard STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® as containing no harmful substances.
TENCEL™ Modal fibers are certified with the internationally recognized EU Ecolabel, an environmental quality label only awarded to products and services which have a significantly lower environmental impact throughout their entire lifecycle.
The solution is extruded through fine holes to produce fiber and the solvent is recycled in a closed-loop process – more than 99% of the non-toxic solvent is recovered and reused instead of being flushed out as wastewater. TENCEL™ supply chain is transparent, using 80% less water than cotton, eliminating the negative environmental impacts of traditional fiber processing, using new sustainable technologies.
Hand wash or machine wash on warm (hand wash recommended)
Iron on cool or warm