In 2019, we embarked on a journey to create sustainable apparel locally that can make a difference in line with our brand values. Our RE-Wear range of tees and apparel not only make an impact on the environment, but also benefit everyone in the local supply chain, creating opportunity within the sustainable fashion space in South Africa, and creating future-proof employment.

Our RE-Wear range is made using post-consumer plastic recycled directly from landfills, our tees are blended with cotton for a soft feel. We put quality first, ensuring that we deliver a product that is both environmentally conscious and premium quality, made to last.

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CURRENTLY ONLY AVAILABLE IN SOUTH AFRICA 

COMING TO THE UK IN 2022

FOR SOUTH AFRICAN RE-WEAR ORDERS 

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RE-WEAR tees are A blend of 50% recycled polyester and 50% locally sourced cotton, and are manufactured in south africa.

RE-WEAR TEES RECYCLE TWO OR MORE PLASTIC BOTTLES PER TEE AND ARE MADE IN SA FOR A LOWER CARBON FOOTPRINT.

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OUR RE-Wear jacket warms you and not the earth. lined with eco down and made from recycled plastic that would otherwise end up in landfills. each jacket recycles up to 30 plastic bottles.

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*A statement on recycled polyester. The topic of recycled polyester is polarizing and complicated. We maintain our belief that disposing of existing plastic through the use of rPET polyester in fashion, and the replacement of virgin polyester with rPET polyester is a positive action towards sustainability. This is in line with Fashion Revolution, a global sustainable fashion non-profit."At Fashion Revolution, we believe that if we are to address the plastic crisis in our landfills and oceans, we need to take all the waste we've created, and engineer it into something worth wearing.  As a first step, we should ask fashion brands to ban virgin polyester, and then ask them to innovate better solutions for synthetic materials." - Fashion Revolution, January 2020.