Gray Arties Vest in Recycled Polyester | Ecoalf | M | Grey dark | ECO395GAJGREM

Gray Arties Vest in Recycled Polyester | Ecoalf

Women's vest in gray Sorona® and recycled polyester.


% €390.00* (30% saved)

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Product number: ECO395GAJGREM
EAN: 8445336191367
Composition: Main fabric: 70% Sorona® / 30% recycled polyester Lining: 100% recycled polyester Padding: 100% Recycled polyester (PRIMALOFT®)
Manufacturer: Ecoalf
Product information "Gray Arties Vest in Recycled Polyester | Ecoalf"
The Arties vest is made from 70% Sorona® and 30% recycled Polyester. Sorona® is a biopolymer derived from corn production residues, which helps reduce the pressure on fossil fuels. The vegan padding of this jacket is made from 100% recycled Polyester and avoids the use of feathers and down. We care about animal welfare at ECOALF, which is why we are PETA-Approved Vegan certified (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals). Water-repellent and PFC-free. Model wears size S.
Gender: WOMAN
Print: Minimal
Season: Fall/Winter
Sustainability: Vegan
Sustainability Values: Certified Vegan Product by Peta., Ecoalf Foundation: Upcycling the Oceans, Fair and transparent production, Made from Sorona®, a biopolymer derived from corn production residues, Sustainable production methods, Use of recycled materials
Main material: Sorona®
ECOALF was born in 2009. The idea was to create a fashion brand that is truly sustainable. By integrating breakthrough technology, they create clothing and accessories made entirely from recycled materials.” ECOALF represents the fabrics for the future generations.
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The products purchased on this website are shipped through a carrier to the address provided by the customer. At the time of shipment, you will receive an email from our logistics and shipping partner. Delivery takes 2-5 working days for Italy & Europe, 7-14 working days for extra EU.
Certified Vegan Product by Peta.
Ecoalf Foundation: Upcycling the Oceans
Fair and transparent production
Made from Sorona®, a biopolymer derived from corn production residues
Sustainable production methods
Use of recycled materials