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Ebby is a women's waterproof parka complete sewn in our workshop from material that was created by recycling old PET bottles. We've tuned the fit to make it perfect for the city in the rain and the mountains in the wind. It has some remarkable details: the ruffled sleeves with stitching and articulation that flows seamlessly from the shoulders, the cut is slightly A-line and can be worn loose or belted with an elegant belt. The jacket has taped key seams, a waterproof zipper, leather pull tab and a water column of 3,000 and breathability of 3,000g/m2/24h. Of course, there is an internal pocket and large pockets on the front for all the ladies treasures. The back is significantly extended and finished with a center slit, creating a nice detail. The inner lining of the hood is printed, creating such a lovely detail. Two shades of functional recycled material have been added to the black.
Technical specifics: this is a recycled fabric from Repreve, which prides itself on the sustainability of the textile fibres it uses. 100% Recycled polyester RPET from REPREVE fibres with a PFAS-free water repellent finish, 3,000 mm/ 3,000 g/m2/24 hour polyurethane breathable membrane. The jacket has all key seams taped, making it waterproof. Simply the material is created by reusing old plastic waste. And that's the way we've decided to go.
|100% recycled polyester
Recycled polyester is a special material made from recycled sources such as PET bottles, polyester waste or even older clothes. During production, the raw materials are cleaned, ground and melted, thus creating a material with the same properties as pure polyester - strength, crease resistance, easy maintenance and high durability. Approximately 90% less water and 70% less energy is used for production than for the production of conventional polyester. The carbon footprint of production is also 75% lower than conventional polyester and even 50% lower than organic cotton.