The Marley Overshirt is the perfect 'inbetween' item. This versatile overshirt can be worn as a relaxed jacket for the 'not so warm, not so cold' days, but will be a perfect regular shirt for when the days are getting colder. Combine the oversized shirt with one of our basic tees and you've got yourself a genuine worker look.
40% Recycled cotton
6% Recycled polyester
1% Elastane Learn more about our pure materials
This product is ethically produced in Turkey. The fabric is produced by our partner Adonis and the cut-make-trim part is done by our partner Merger. Learn more about our manufacturers
Shipping & Returns
After your order is received, we will start processing your order immediately. Once we have completed your order, you will receive a confirmation by email that your order has been shipped.
Delivery within the Benelux and Germany will be within 1-5 working days. Shipments within the Benelux are delivered on Monday – Saturday.
For other countries/regions the delivery may take longer but will not exceed a maximum of 10 days.
Recycling comes in many forms and in this premium fabric we combine the best of them. The main fibre is Refibra, which is the recycled twin sister of Tencel made partially from cotton scraps. This is blended with pre-consumer recycled cotton fibres and a small percentage of recycled PET polyester. On top of that, it is dyed with ‘Save Water Dye’ technology, saving 85% of water in the dyeing process!
We're very proud to announce that almost all of our Pure Goods are officially PETA approved! PETA provides companies and consumers with a list to identify and avoid animal ingredients in textiles, shoes and accessories. To ensure our suppliers are compliant with the PETA certificate, we provide all our suppliers with our own questionnaire which they have to check and sign to confirm that they do not use animal contents in the garments with the PETA approved trademark.
Refibra is the next step for Lenzing to reduce their environmental impact. This certified man-made fibre is made with the same closed-loop technique as Tencel, in which they re-use the solvents over and over again. The difference is that they use not only wood pulp, but also cotton cutting waste from production. With an innovative identification technique the origin of the cotton waste is guaranteed. Their end goal is to use post-consumer waste and becoming an active key partner in the transition towards the circular economy.
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