Warp + Weft HND Skinny Jeans, $88
We want to give some special attention to our environment, our home planet, always. And this is why we believe in the importance of shopping sustainable whenever possible.
Agreed, for now it is still not very realistic to say that we should always shop for sustainable clothing. Simply because it’s not yet viable. Sustainable clothing is not yet at a point where it becomes a do-able thing for everybody. Especially for those of you guys that don’t live in a metropolitan city with tons of options.
This is where your Denimology team comes in. Our reviewers tested tons of sustainable and Eco-friendly, or “green”, jeans. Find out about our top choices and why below.
Nudie Lean Dean Slim Fit Jeans, $185, available in 4 different washes – one of the first well known sustainable denim brands out there, all Nudie Jeans denim is made with 100% organic cotton
Frank And Oak Dylan Slim Stretch Denim, $89.50, available in 4 different washes, they use an Eco-friendly alternative to chemical dyes, and their jeans are rivetless, did you know: Rivets, the metal studs found on traditional jeans, cannot be salvaged and complicate the recycling process of denim clothing.
DL1961 Avery Modern Straight, $188, available in 8 washes – straight fit, tailored to athletic builds, cut with extra room through the thigh and subtly tapered through the leg. Constructing your jeans start with weaving premium, Eco-friendly fibers into custom-blended yarns and high-retention fabrics.
Bluer Denim Classic Straight Jeans, $148 – wider legs and a higher rise, made of selvedge denim. Bluer is carbon neutral (they neutralize the carbon footprint of the jeans)
G-Star RAW Revend Skinny Fit Jeans, $180 – ultra skinny fit, these are part of the G-Star RAW most sustainable collection. Made of 100% organic cotton, sustainable washing techniques, 98% recyclable, air drying (saves 85% of energy), 70% less chemicals and no salts.