Two boys playing in the factory that their parents worked in took the inspiration instilled within them at a young age to create the eco-friendly, designer label Reco Jeans.
Reco Jeans upcycles scraps of fabric into new textiles in order to make eco-conscious, quality assured denim jeans. The factory remains the same one that the co-founders played in as children but now outsources production scraps from many different factories throughout the world.
The majority of the jeans are made with recycled fiber and renewable cotton at a 60:40 ration. All of the dyes and trims are non-toxic while the tags and labels are made from recycled material. Available for both men and women, Reco Jeans continues to reinvent itself to ensure that they always create a dependable, fashion-savvy and eco-conscious product.
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Reco Jeans Makes Use of Production Scraps from Factories Worldwide
Published: Jun 19, 2012 • References: recojeans