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Ecocycle

Upcycle
Yacht Sail
Yacht sail has been designed to withstand the toughest weather
conditions which results in low water absorption and high durability.
An insignia found on each product contributes to the
aesthetic while the ripstop base provides further resilience.

Yacht Sail

Upcycle
Canvas
Canvas is weather-resistant, stretchable, easily washable, and often contains
anti-mould properties. We offer four different colour options depending on
customer preference, and a ripstop base provides further durability
.

Canvas
Upcycle
Poly twill
Poly twill, a tactile and durable fabric, is commonly found as in-store advertising
display and is included as lining to Sealand products. It is a hidden internal
detail unique to each Upcycle product, while Recycle products contain
uniformly white poly twill.

Poly Twill
Recycle
Recover
Recover is a durable material made of 100% recycled plastic bottles and
cotton waste. It is produced in a factory that runs on over 50% solar power
and uses no water. It is available in three colours and a ripstop base
is added for increased longevity.
Recover
Ecocycle
Merino Wool

Merino wool is a sustainable, durable, and all-weather wool.
It is temperature regulating, and will keep you warm in winter and cool in
summer. The natural fibres are breathable, anti-bacterial, contain
moisture-wicking properties, and offer UV protection.
Merino sheep are typically shorn once or twice a year through a
manual process that causes no harm to the animal.

Merino Wool

 

Ecocycle
Hemp & Organic Cotton

Hemp, as a main component of fabric, is good for you and good for the
environment. It is highly durable, keeps you warm in winter, cool in summer,
and is a natural protector against UV rays. Farming hemp does not require
herbicides, pesticides, is water smart, and returns 60 – 70% of the nutrients
it takes from the soil.
 

Organic cotton provides the benefits of cotton without many of the negatives.
It is not treated with the pesticides, insecticides, herbicides, and Genetically
Modified Organisms, often administered during the growing of non-organic
cotton. The use of these chemicals provides harm at all levels: to eco-systems,
to farmer and workers, and to consumers. 

Hemp & Organic Cotton