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Eco-Friendly Denim
The Nudie Post Recycle Dry Jeans are Made Out of Old Nudie Products


By: Meghan Young (Superstar) Jan 20, 12
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As much as eco-friendly products might be the norm nowadays, items like the Nudie Post Recycle Dry Jeans can still raise some eyebrows. Sustainable hemp clothing is available—there has even been artistic clothing creations made out of paper and plastic bags, but commercially sold recycled denim has to be a first.

The Nudie Post Recycle Dry Jeans are made out of old and worn Nudie Jean denim. Working in collaboration with ISKO, an international leader in denim manufacture, the company developed a new process in which old denim is cut, milled down to a pulp and then blended with virgin organic cotton to create a new fabric that has a soft, distinctive look.

The Nudie Post Recycle Dry Jeans also have a dark wash and straight fit with tonal stitching throughout.



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