We took plastic and turned it into t-shirts. Our RE-Wear tees are proudly made in SA for a lower carbon footprint, and using a unique blend of 65% polyester made from recycled plastic and 35% cotton, each RE-Wear tee recycles two plastic bottles or more. RE-Wear tees are helping to prevent plastic pollution from ending up in our landfills and ocean.
EACH RE-WEAR TEE RECYCLES 2-3 PLASTIC BOTTLES AND THE PLASTIC USED IS COLLECTED FROM LANDFILL - EACH TEE SOLD MAKES A DIRECT IMPACT ON PLASTIC POLLUTION.
RE-WEAR FOR YOUR BUSINESS
RE-Wear tees are not only a sustainable choice for your business, but they're also a superior garment. Wash and wear tests show they don't fade, lose shape, or unravel after multiple washes. Branding tests show that Re-Wear tees can be screen printed, digitally printed, and embroidered just the same as a regular tee.
Choose Re-Wear for your branding needs, and join the green revolution!
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OUR FACTORIES RECYCLE TEXTILE WASTE WHERE POSSIBLE AND WE ENSURE THAT THEY COMPLY WITH SAFE AND FAIR WORKING CONDITIONS.
RE-WEAR TEES RECYCLE TWO OR MORE PLASTIC BOTTLES PER TEE AND ARE MADE IN SA FOR A LOWER CARBON FOOTPRINT.
WE ARE REDUCING THE AMOUNT OF PLASTIC WE USE BY ASKING OUR SUPPLIERS NOT TO PACKAGE ITEMS IN PLASTIC AND USING RETURNABLE STORAGE BOXES FOR LOGISTICS.
ALL ORDERS TO MAIN CITIES ARE SHIPPED 100% PLASTIC-FREE IN RECYCLABLE, BIODEGRADABLE PACKAGING.
*A statement on recycled polyester. The topic of recycled polyester is polarizing and complicated. We maintain our belief that disposing of existing plastic through the use of rPET polyester in fashion, and the replacement of virgin polyester with rPET polyester is a positive action towards sustainability. This is in line with Fashion Revolution, a global sustainable fashion non-profit."At Fashion Revolution, we believe that if we are to address the plastic crisis in our landfills and oceans, we need to take all the waste we'v created, and engineer it into something worth wearing. As a first step, we should ask fashion brands to ban virgin polyester, and then ask them to innovate better solutions for synthetic materials." - Fashion Revolution, January 2020.