Esta sudadera unisex de color granate está hecha con un 85% algodón orgánico y un 15% poliéster reciclado fabricado con botellas de plástico PET recicladas.
- Sudadera con capucha premium de alto gramaje (350 GSM).
- Diseñado y serigrafiado con tintas ecológicas en taller artesanal en España.
- Bolsillo canguro.
- 100% vegana.
- Packaging sostenible.
- Etiqueta de semillas, si la plantas crece manzanilla.
- Lavar a 30º del lado del revés y no utilizar secadora.
- La modelo mide 1,73 y lleva una talla L.
- El modelo mide 1,82 y lleva una talla L.
Uno de nuestros valores como marca es la transparencia. Aquí tienes el desglose de costes y nuestro margen :)
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Estos son los certificados que encontrarás en la etiqueta del producto que avalan la procedencia de cada uno de los materiales de producción:
Malapascua was born in 2020, in the midst of the global health crisis, at a time when the whole world was on standby. They thought that this was precisely the best time to start acting and launching Malapascua to the public. If they have learned anything in 2020, it is that the planet has been crying out for years to breathe, demanding a change from the human species. Malapascua wants to contribute to this change by generating a positive impact on the planet and its communities.
What does malapascua mean?
The name Malapascua comes from the Philippine island of Malapascua, in the Visayas Sea, north of the island of Cebu. It is an island just 2.5 kilometres long and 1 kilometre wide, in which respect for Nature is its main philosophy. There are no roads or cars, there are hardly any bicycles, since you can really walk the island from end to end in half an hour. Most people, not only locals but also visitors, tend to walk barefoot on its soft sand.
Surrounded by crystal clear waters, Malapascua is also a benchmark for diving enthusiasts, as it is one of the few places in the world where you can dive with the thresher shark, a shark with a tail fin as large as the rest of the world. her body. This species, which lives in tropical waters at depths between 300 and 500 meters, is very rare and is also in danger of extinction. They only occasionally climb to depths of between 25 and 30 meters to deworm and eat, something that happens eventually in Malapascua, at dawn.
They were lucky enough to visit the island in early 2020 and the team completely fell in love with it. Furthermore, they feel totally identified with their values, that respect for nature, the protection of the environment and the care of the oceans.
- 100% organic cotton
- Plastic bottles and other recycled materials
-Printing and design made in Spain
-Positive impact on communities
All garments are certified by the Fair Wear Foundation, which audits the factories where the garments are produced and ensures that they meet decent, safe and fair working conditions for workers. These are the 8 pillars that FWF works with and which are minimum requirements to obtain this certification:
1. Freely chosen employment
2. Child labor prohibited
3. No to discrimination in employment
4. Legal labor relations
5. Payment of decent wages
6. Reasonable working hours
7. Safe and healthy working conditions
8.Right and freedom of association
Malapascua packaging is made with 90% recycled materials and 100% recyclable after use. It is made with three layers of corrugated cardboard that provide extra strength and security. It is biodegradable and compostable, and is digitally printed with vegetable inks.
Also, with your garment you will find a label made of seeds. You can always do more, and Malapascua wants you to be able to do your bit by releasing CO2 from the atmosphere. You just have to cut it into small pieces, plant it and water it every day. Very soon, your label will have turned into a beautiful plant that will help us to continue generating a positive impact on our planet.