Recycled cotton K-loop project shopper
73% cotton/25% polyester/2% other fibers. Shopping bag in 73% recycled cotton and 25% recycled polyester. This bag is part of the “K-loop” project. With this project, Kimood is closing the circular economy loop in the strict sense of the word. The cotton used comes from waste generated in the production of cotton t-shirts for the Kariban brand, from the KARIBAN BRANDS family. The added polyester comes from recycled plastic bottles. During the recycling process, we add tracers to the thread, i.e. electronic chips containing a blockchain (storage and information transmission technology) which stores all the operations carried out on the thread. With the Aware™ tracer technology, Kimood thus allows the end consumer to monitor the entire production process with the guarantee of a product recycled according to best practice, with no possible modifications during the process. With “K-loop”, Kimood is closing the circular economy loop.
- KARIBAN BRANDS’ K-loop Project is part of a rigorous circular economy approach.
- Optimal traceability to the end consumer, thanks to the blockchain tracers integrated into the thread.
- Has its own Aware™ digital passport.
4 available colours
Technical characteristics and further details
Weight and composition
70% Cotton, 30% Polyester
Price and packing
|Colours||€5.46 Excl. VAT|
|Colours||€4.38 Excl. VAT|
Stocks & restocks
In stock One Size
- Black JhootNew colorOne Size0 Restocks 2023-08-24 9950 ex.
- Melange JhootOne Size16502 Restocks 2023-09-05 9500 ex.
- Navy Blue JhootNew colorOne Size0 Restocks 2023-08-24 5950 ex.
- White JhootNew colorOne Size0 Restocks 2023-08-24 9950 ex.
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