g_jacket

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

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g_jacket

145,00

CHARACTERISTICS

  • hypoallergenic and skin friendly;
  • WRÅD grey: this item is mineral-dyed with recycled graphite (g_pwdr technology);
  • sherpa lining made of 30% recycled wool (WO);
  • Sleeve lining made of 100% recycled polyester;
  • 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.
g_pwdr technology is a patented process which reduces water footprint by 91% and CO2 emissions by 42%.

WHAT’S YOUR FIT? discover more

Brandon is 1.89 cm and wearing fit Gamma (L-XL). Sienna instead is 1.78cm and she is wearing fit Beta (M-L). Choose your height and fit below and check out what’s going to work best for you below.

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Description

A comfy-fit shirt with the weight of a classic denim jacket, for year-round usability. A WRÅD-classic piece which combines heritage with sustainable innovation. 500 gr of Italian denim mineral-dyed with recycled graphite powder. Endorsed by Perpetua.

Customer Care

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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

Weight 0.4 kg
Dimensions 30.5 x 11 x 35 cm
Fit

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