SUSTAINABLE

Cut out swim bottoms in ECONYL®

Kč 499,00
High rise stretch swim bottoms with cut out motif on sides. Made of ECONYL®, a 100% regenerated nylon fiber with infinite recyclability.
Color:
Black
Size: EUR
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Milano, Italy

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Sustainable
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Supplier - OLIMPIAS INDUSTRIELLE TUNISIE SARL

City: GAFSA

Zip Code: 2100

Country: TN

Made in: Tunisia

Basic Features

  • Stretch ECONYL®
  • Lined
  • Clean-cut lines with elastic hems that are placed on the inside
  • Side rise: 6.5 cm

Composition

Outside 90% Nylon 10% Elastane Lining 82% Nylon 18% Elastane

Made in

Tunisia

Product code

3P5H5S03F_700

Clothing care

  • Hand wash. Maximum temperature 40°C.
  • Do not bleach.
  • Do not tumble dry.
  • Line dry in the shade.
  • Do not iron.
  • Do not dry-clean.


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Standard shipping costs are 167kc. But it’s free on all orders over 980kc

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You have 14 days to try it on and, if it’s not mean to be, request a return. Please don’t remove the price tags, accessories or labels. We don’t accept returns without them.

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SUSTAINABILITY REGENERATED NYLON
REGENERATED NYLON ECONYL® is a 100% regenerated nylon fiber made from production waste and scraps, one quarter of which is taken from used fishing nets.
INFINITELY RECYCLABLE Econyl® is lightweight, elastic, resistant, but unlike traditional nylon doesn't consume virgin raw material and is infinitely recyclable.
90 TONS OF CO2 SAVED Econyl® garments in the Spring Summer 22 Collection have allowed us to save 90 tons of CO2, equivalent to 106 barrels of oil.