The name for the new UPCYCLING SHIRT from ETERNA is derived from the particularly innovative and sustainable Lyocell fibers of the brand REFIBRA & # x2122; x TENCEL & # x2122; from which it is made: Refibra & # x2122; based on cotton scraps.
The Refibra & # x2122; Fiber is the first cellulose fiber to use recycled materials in addition to wood as a raw material. It is manufactured using the very environmentally friendly Lyocell production process.
As part of our new WE CARE casual collection, the UPCYCLING SHIRT is groundbreaking for taking environmentally friendly and socially responsible production one step further.
All components of the shirt, including the buttons and labels, are made from recycled and renewable materials. In addition, the UPCYCLING SHIRT does not use any plastic in the packaging or on the shirt. Thanks to compensation, it is also made CO² neutral.
This upcycling shirt consists of:
- 30% Lyocell made from sustainable eucalyptus wood (Refibra & # x2122; x Tencel & # x2122;)
- 70% cotton
- 0% plastic
- 0% CO²
It was made in a regular cut with a classic button-down collar.
Due to the shortened body length, the round hem and the concealed button placket, it can also be combined in a fashionable way, e.g. worn open over a T-shirt.
Wearing this REGULAR FIT long-sleeved shirt is definitely not just a visual pleasure - feel the perfection of the fine, easy-iron flannel fabric.
Order this highly combinable, checked flannel shirt (without breast pocket) today, because with this UPCYCLING SHIRT we offer a sustainable casual shirt that combines a casual style with a clear conscience in a contemporary way.
- Sleeve Length
- Normal (65cm)
- REGULAR FIT
- Material quality
- Convertible cuffs
- Button Down collar
- EASY IRON
- 70% cotton, 30% lyocell
40 dgr. Gentle wash cycle
do not dry clean
iron with medium
no chemical cleaning
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ETERNA has been certified by OEKO-TEX® since 2000, which made it the first certified manufacturer of shirts and blouses in the world. OEKO-TEX® checks the entire supply chain for its environmental and social aspects, the absence of pollution, as well as fair production and working conditions.