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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