Free deliveries in Denmark and with-in EU above USD 25. Minimum order USD 10
NOW free deliveries with-in Vietnam. No minimum.
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Girlfriend Collective is a sustainable activewear brand that believes you don’t have to sacrifice the Earth for great quality and performance.
Their sustainable High Rise 7/8 leggings are made from 25 recycled post-consumer plastic bottles: 79% Recycled Polyester and 21% elastane.
They are highly adaptable to your exercise routine and it’s clear why they have a cult following among fitness fanatics. The sought-after leggings are crafted from Girlfriend Collective’s Compression cloth - a highly technical, stretch fabric made from recycled water bottles that wicks sweat to keep you cool and comfortable. The extreme high-waist cut moulds to the body and seams are carefully placed with ease of movement in mind. Environmentally friendly without sacrificing style or practicality, these leggings are ready for whatever activity you throw at them - or take advantage of the superior fit for your next off-duty day.
FEATURES Extra high-waist leggings / sweat wicking / breathable / four-way stretch / compressive fabric / long length / made from post-consumer water bottles / produced in a SA8000 certified factory / recyclable with Re-Girlfiend.
SIZE & FIT
CARE Machine wash at 40°C with like colors.
NOT JUST GROUP's GIVING BACK INITIATIVE For every Girlfriend Collectivesale we donate 1$ to not just group's GIVING BACK INITIATIVES providing drinking water or solar energy solutions to schools and communities in Vietnam and Nepal.
PACKAGING - not just a bag We always work towards limiting the use of paper / box packaging as much as possible.
Each order is packed in not just group's own biodegradable bag which dissolves in hot water (you can try it yourself) or within 2-3 months in cold water.
If you only order textile items the order will be packed and send in a bio-bag to avoid using a one time use carton box. You can see the bio bag in the last picture above.
You can see how their clothing is made or read more about Girlfriend Collective HERE or on their homepage www.girlfriendcollective.com