Recycled Plastic Crossover Pocket Legging - Turmeric
By now, you’ve probably seen a million different leggings and are wondering what makes these special (other than being made from water bottles, of course.) Well for starters, we’ve been told that these are the softest leggings ever made. They have a flattering waistband designed to highlight the slimmest part of your silhouette, they don’t pinch, and they stay put. Plus, let’s not forget they have pockets. That’s six reasons why these are better than your average legging, but who’s counting? Made using post-consumer recycled plastic — 84% RPET and 16% spandex
Just like its namesake, wearing this toasty hue supports mobility and may be known to fight a free radical or two. Turmeric is a deep amber that creates a wearable golden hour.
For each sale, Wolven removes one pound of waste from the ocean.
2 Slip Pockets
Made From 26.86 Recycled Bottles
Fits true to size
Wolven makes all of their products out of OEKO-Tex Certified Recycled P.E.T.
An innovative, versatile fabric created by breaking down discarded plastics and recycling them into textiles and apparel. Breathable, incredibly soft, and durable.
Why It’s Important
Multiple LCA's (life-cycle analysis) have found that producing recycled-PET generates substantially less carbon emissions than its virgin counterpart. Climate scientists agree that reducing carbon emissions is our single most important objective to reduce catastrophic climate change.
An estimated 14 billion pounds of garbage is dumped into the ocean annually, 80 percent of which is a form of plastic that is killing marine life and damaging delicate ecosystems. Since plastics are indestructible, it’s vital that we find ways to reuse them — so we’re giving that plastic bottle a second life while substantially reducing carbon emissions.
It’s not enough to operate as sustainably as possible, so Wolven also invest in programs that offset the emissions they’ve created. To address their carbon footprint they’ve partnered with Climate Neutral. This means measuring their greenhouse gas emissions footprint, purchasing carbon credits to offset that footprint, and implementing plans to reduce emissions moving forward.
This means your Wolvens are carbon–neutral (yay!). These carbon credits support a range of projects such as rainforest conservation and landfill methane-capture.
Rest assured that they’re doing everything they can to deliver a product with the lowest possible impact.