ECONYL® - regenerted nylon
Olaf Benz is taking a stand on the use of sustainable fabrics. ECONYL® regenerated nylon is a product by Aquafil, one of the world’s leading synthetic fiber companies and also a pioneer when it comes to quality, innovation and sustainability. Olaf Benz’s use of Aquafil ECONYL® yarn in its new RED1903 range makes it an active member of the recycling economy – a process in which materials are maximised and waste minimised.
ECONYL® fiber is 100% made from nylon waste that has been collected from landfills and oceans around the world. It is the same as newly manufactured nylon, but can be recycled, recreated and reshaped over and over again. In other words, it allows new products to be created and purchased without consuming fresh resources.
RED1903 & RED2004 - based on ECONYL® fiber
The RED1903 and RED2004 ranges which is based on ECONYL® yarn, are an environmentally friendly alternative that demonstrates care for humanity and the environment. These collections contribute to the protection of our planet without sacrificing on design or quality.
The series are characterised by its super-soft, sporty microfibre fabric, bright colours and high elastane content. The following styles are available: mini pants, neo pants, brazil brief and mini string. The V-neck with regular cut completes the series as a matching top.
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