Allmade AL2004 INFO
The crazy-soft sustainable shirt is made from the equivalent of up to six recycled plastic water bottles, so you can feel good about yourself. This ridiculously soft tee is produced with yarn that has been spun, knit, fabric dyed, and finished entirely in the United States of America. Cut and stitched in an ethical manner.
Repreve® polyester derived from recycled plastic bottles accounts for 50% of the total. Aluminum Grey and Vino Red: Aluminum Grey and Vino Red: 25 percent recycled polyester and 25 percent black polyester are used in this garment.
– Combed cotton that is 25 percent organic and cultivated in the United States.
– TencelTM Modal makes up 25% of the fabric.
– 1×1 rib knit neck and shoulder to shoulder tape.
– Side seams.
– Tear-away label.
– Each gallon of water saved amounts to around 145 gallons.
– Reduces CO2 emissions by 4 kg.
|Sleeve Length From Center Back||16 1/4||17||17 3/4||18 1/2||19 1/4||20||20 3/4||21 1/2|
|Chest Width||17 1/2||19||20 1/2||22||23 1/2||25||27||29|
|Body Length At Back||27 1/2||28 1/2||29 1/2||30 1/2||31 1/2||32 1/2||33||33 1/2|
Allmade was founded by ordinary people, for ordinary people like you. The ten founders of Allmade came together to build a better shirt. They started as simple screen printers with the intention to develop a nice shirt to print on, but ended up with a shirt you can be proud of.
Allmade was founded by ordinary people, for ordinary people like you. The ten founders of Allmade came together to build a better shirt. They started as simple screen printers with the intention to develop a nice shirt to print on, but ended up with a shirt you can be proud of. When Allmade first launched in 2017, they were no specialists and had no idea what they were doing in terms of apparel production or its impact, but through research and education, they discovered the positive influence we could have on people and the environment by doing things differently. Will you make the decision to learn more about your impact and how you can help?
When the founders of Allmade visited to Haiti together, they witnessed firsthand the economic and environmental issues that garment workers face. They understood the great influence they might have by providing respectable, fair-wage jobs that enable Haiti’s proud people to provide for themselves and their families. They returned fully dedicated to ending the cycle of poverty and child abandonment in Haiti while also decreasing the environmental impact of our company.