There is Lycra Plastic (Polyurethane) in the T-Shirts. In your product descritption you write 100% Cotton! (You are missleading your customer!) Furthermore, mixed yarn/fabrics (plastic yarns & natural yarn) are a big issue! it's almost impossible to recycle such fabrics. It would be great if you go either 100% plastic in your fabrics or 100% natural. Both solutions are heavely sustainable. A 100% PA, PES, etc. fabric can be easely recyled...of course there is still the microplastic issue. But Elastane/Lycra is super bad....it's Polyurethane, a thermoset plastic....almost impossible to recycle!
Thanks for your review. We would like to apologize for the misleading information published on our website. This was not intended and we corrected this error immediately. The product itself was correctly labelled with 7% elastane content and 97% organic cotton. The elastane was added for additional comfort.
We take sustainability and a circular economy very serious and your point is absolutely valid. We have had a project in this area running since the company was founded and we are getting closer to a solution despite the complex challenges. We hope you will continue to follow our product launches to gain more insight into our vision of a circular economy.
light, comfortable t-shirt; perfect cut & high functinality