This Shirt-Jacket Is Made Entirely from Recycled Materials

November 7, 2019 Briefings By

The apparel industry is constantly creating new garments, and while we love innovation, overproduction has earned it a spot in the top four biggest polluters of air and water on Earth. Toad&Co is looking to change that by innovating new products like its Mason Shirt Jacket. The brand already implements sustainable fabrics, fibers and certifications across 100 percent of its line, minimizing its ecological footprint, and continues to push for even more sustainable practices and better performance. The Mason Shirt Jacket is made entirely from recycled cotton and recycled polyester while remaining super soft. The midweight heaviness allows for it to be worn comfortably as a shirt, but the zipper-front and on-seam hand pockets make for a great outer layer too. The versatile layering options make this a great addition to your wardrobe, and the sustainable materials make it great for the environment as well.

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