Brand new to BangBangCrash! Super soft and cosy organic cotton joggers.
The fabric used for these is a mid-weight jersey – thicker than t-shirt fabric, but not as thick as fleece backed jersey, this is the perfect middle-ground to span the seasons. The fabric is 100% organic cotton that has been digitally printed in the UK with our exclusive and original Shapeshifter print. The waistband is made from eco-lycra (made from 80% recycled post-consumer waste) and there is an organic cotton drawstring on the inside. The trousers feature a tapered leg, turn up hem, and reinforced pockets.
Each pair of joggers is handmade to-order in our Bristol studio. Please select a size from the drop-down list, or select “made-to measure” and include the following measurements in inches in the notes section at the checkout:
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Please allow up to 2-3 weeks for production, if you need your item sooner please leave a note in the checkout or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can be aware of your timescale.
Notes on sustainability: Organic cotton is grown without using synthetic pesticides and fertilisers and without the use of genetically modified crops. It uses 91% less water than non-organic cotton, and produces fewer greenhouse gases. There are still some chemicals used in the processing of organic cotton to create a usable fabric. Find out more here
Eco-lycra is made from 80% post-consumer waste, usually end-of-life fishing nets that would be otherwise littering the ocean. Find out more here
Digital printing is the most environmentally friendly printing method as it is extremely precise and does not rinse excess inks into the water system.
When it comes to sustainability, there are pros and cons with all fabrics and all production methods, but at BangBangCrash we aim to always make the most-sustainable choice available, and ensure that you as a consumer are as informed as possible. As with all our garments, production takes place in Bristol using energy from renewable resources.