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SPOTLIGHT ON DL1961

DL1961’s move to more size-inclusive styles comes as a natural fit

RECYCLED WATER

A traditional pair of jeans uses about 1,500 gallons of water to manufacture. A pair of DL1961 jeans uses less than 10. These savings are achieved as they recycle and treat 98% of the water used with a state-of-the-art water recycling system. This in-house plant operates with a flow rate of 1900 cubic meters an hour, eliminating dye from the water, and reintroducing the water back into municipal drains.

ECO-FRIENDLY FIBERS

It all starts with certified cotton, then they add in technologically advanced fibers for minimal environmental impact and maximum quality. Whether it's Modal®, Tencel™ or Refibra™ Lyocell, all the Lenzing™ fibers they use are made from cellulose which comes from a renewable wood source and are known for their biodegradability. Touted for their durability and derived from nature, all Lenzing™ brand fiber types have been certified as compostable and biodegradable, and can fully revert back to nature. It’s what makes the fiber manufacturer a pioneer in sustainable textiles.

CLEAN DYES

By using laser machines and Ozone technology, they eliminate the need for harmful chemicals and bleach in our finishing processes. They use Dystar 40% VAT, a clean form of liquid indigo. We’re one of only 12 mills on the planet to utilize this pre-reduced indigo blend that minimizes water usage and has no harmful byproducts.