Editor’s Note: Everlane is currently offering 25 percent off sitewide through April 3. Shop jeans, chinos, sweatshirts and more here.
Everlane’s lineup of blue jeans is one of the greenest out there. They’re made of an organic cotton blend that boasts four-way stretch and are made using 55 percent less water in the indigo-dyeing process compared to traditional denim. It’s not just the fabric that’s Earth-conscious, either.
The jeans are made in the LEED-certified Saitex factory in Vietnam which recycles 98 percent of its water, drastically reducing water consumption even further. The icing on the cake is that the jeans are literally air-dried to cut power usage. The cherry on top of said cake is that the power they use comes from solar panels.
Now, Everlane is knocking its entire range of jeans from $68 down to just $51. That includes every silhouette from skinny to relaxed and every wash from the lightest to the darkest. But don’t sit around for long because the denim deal ends on Friday.
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