Jamie is the best slim fit you’ll ever wear and a timeless wardrobe essential. This classic five-pocket jeans has a regular waist and a slim fit on the legs. This jeans has a low impact wash. 27,5 litres of water is used, compared to 70 litres for a conventional wash and energy consumption is reduced to 74%.
The Jamie Sympany was created together with Sympany. By buying these jeans, you contribute to a wonderful project that empowers woman in Malawi to become seamstresses. Read more about this special project here.
75% GOTS certified organic cotton
20% Post-Consumer Recycled Denim
3% Other fibres
The patch is made from jacron, a washable paper, making this jeans 100% vegan.
This product is ethically produced in Turkey. The fabric is made by our partner Bossa and the cut-make-trim part is done by our partner SARP.
All the cotton we use is 100% organic cotton. Organic crops are grown without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides and insecticides. Organic cotton is 100% pesticide free. Pesticides pollute soil and water, killing wildlife and harming communities. Creating organic cotton yarn reduces CO2 emissions by 60% compared to conventional cotton. Read more about the kind of organic cotton that we use here.
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.
Post-Consumer Recycled Denim
PCRD stands for Post-Consumer Recycled Denim, which means that the fibre being used for new denim, has already had a full life. It has been produced, worn and discarded. After cutting off the top of the jeans, the remains are shredded and then blended into new yarns. The top with the waistband is cut off as it contains a lot of metal parts, that can disrupt the shredder. Using the post-consumer clothing wastestream has several benefits. Fewer clothes will end up in landfill and fewer chemicals and water are needed for cotton production and fabric dyeing.
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