CORDUROY

Engineered to meet our planet's expectations. This item supports our Sustainable Innovation R&D Program.

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CORDUROY

170,00

CHARACTERISTICS

  • Hypoallergenic and skin friendly;
  • ultra soft corduroy made of 100% organic cotton;
  • mineral dyed with 97% recycled graphite;
  • accessorised with recycled cotton buttons;
  • entirely made in Italy. Click here to see Who Made Our Clothes.

ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS

The signature tone of WRÅD grey is derived from the innovative g_pwdr technology which eliminates chemical dyes and uses in their place recycled graphite powder, a non-toxic byproduct of industrial manufacturing processes. The certified organic cotton does not contain toxic pesticides, it reduces water consumption by 92% and climate change potential by 62%.

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Description

The first and only corduroy made of our premium organic cotton, a WRÅD-exclusive. Corduroy adds texture to your look, it is warm, durable and soft. This signature pant has a cool straight leg and chilled fit. Make a WRÅD statement this winter, lead the change also in the coldest months.

Customer Care

Carbon Neutral shipping within the EU – FREE SHIPPING for orders above €65. For our return policy please read the Terms and Conditions below.

Have you Heard About GRAPHI-TEE?

Once upon a time, and up until the end of the XIX century, in the small village of Monterosso Calabro in Southern Italy people dyed fabrics with a natural mineral available in abundance in the area: graphite. A technique that roots back to Ancient Rome times which we decided to revamp by recycling the graphite powder that would otherwise be disposed of in landfills. How? Check it out!

Product Description

Have you Heard About GRAPHI-TEE?

Once upon a time, and up until the end of the XIX century, in the small village of Monterosso Calabro in Southern Italy people dyed fabrics with a natural mineral available in abundance in the area: graphite. A technique that roots back to Ancient Rome times which we decided to revamp by recycling the graphite powder that would otherwise be disposed of in landfills. How? Check it out!

Additional Information

Fit

ALPHA (S-M), BETA (M-L), GAMMA (L-XL)