The athleisure trend for 2022 gains an earth-friendly vibe with Earthleisure apparel. Just what is Earthleisure clothing anyway? Earthleisure wear is just as comfy and cozy as athleisure clothing but made with eco-friendly materials in sustainable manufacturing facilities.
Like athleisure wear, Earthleisure wear is all about casual, comfortable clothing that you can feel good about wearing. And sure, some brands of athleisure wear are made from sustainable materials, but with Earthleisure clothing from Alternative, Earth consciousness is a guarantee. From eco-friendly fabrics to environmentally friendly sewing and manufacturing, it’s all made with our planet in mind. For work, play, and every day, nothing feels as good as doing and wearing the right thing.
What is Earthleisure Anyway?
From cozy fleece sweatshirts and hoodies to classic joggers and tees, Earthleisure wear is all about clothing that is comfy and kind to the environment. Earthleisure materials include:
• U.S. grown cotton. Two-thirds of U.S. cotton is produced using only rainfall and no supplemental irrigation.
• Recycled polyester. Over the past five years, Alternative, the maker of Earthleisure clothing, used recycled polyester amounting to the equivalent of 450 million plastic bottles. They are currently in the process of replacing all virgin polyester with recycled polyester.
• TENCEL™Modal. TENCEL™ Modal fibers are extracted from naturally grown beech wood by an environmentally responsible integrated pulp-to-fiber process. This flexible fiber is renowned for its exceptional softness. Adding Modal to create eco triblend T-shirts creates the the trifecta of triblends: butter soft, long lasting, and Earth friendly tees you will love now and for years to come.
How can I support the Earthleisure Wear Movement?
Buy custom Earth-friendly athleisure wear T-shirts, hoodies, joggers, polos and more. These Alternative Earthleisure tees and tanks are currently trending. Customize your favorite Earth leisure clothing with environmentally friendly inks and threads from a green-conscious company like Broken Arrow Wear T-Shirt Printing and Embroidery.
Author: Amber Barz