Jacket Nadia Black in Recycled Polyester | Ecoalf | S | Grey dark | ECO396GAJGRES
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Jacket Nadia Black in Recycled Polyester | Ecoalf

Women's long black jacket made of Sorona® and recycled polyester

€550.00*

No longer available

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Product number: ECO396GAJGRES
EAN: 8445336246715
Composition: Main fabric: 70% Sorona® / 30% recycled polyester Lining: 100% recycled polyester Padding: 100% Recycled polyester (PRIMALOFT®)
Manufacturer: Ecoalf
Product information "Jacket Nadia Black in Recycled Polyester | Ecoalf"
The Nadia jacket is made from Sorona®, a biopolymer derived from corn production residues, which helps reduce the pressure on fossil fuels. It can also be recycled along with polyester. A warm and stylish garment that will become a wardrobe essential for the winter months. Zip fastening. High neck. Water-repellent. Model wears size S.
Gender: WOMAN
Print: Minimal
Season: Fall/Winter
Sustainability: Recycled material., Vegan
Sustainability Values: Certified Vegan Product by Peta., Contains bluesign® APPROVED fabrics, Ecoalf Foundation: Upcycling the Oceans, Fair and transparent production, Made from Sorona®, a biopolymer derived from corn production residues, Sustainable production methods
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.
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.
Contains bluesign® APPROVED fabrics
Ecoalf Foundation: Upcycling the Oceans
Fair and transparent production
Made from Sorona®, a biopolymer derived from corn production residues
Sustainable production methods