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Fits & Products.
Ordering & Payment.
- How do I get my Nudie Jeans repaired for free?
- Do you repair all Nudie Jeans no matter where they're bought?
- What does lifetime repair mean?
- Is the repair service free of charge?
- What's the waiting time for repairs?
- Where can I get my jeans repaired?
- Can I get my Nudie Jeans hemmed for free?
- Should I make an appointment to get my jeans repaired?
- What's your trade-in discount?
- Can I send in an old pair of Nudie Jeans to be recycled?
- Can I trade in an old pair of jeans and get 20% discount on a new pair?
- How many jeans have you collected within the Reuse program?
- When did you start your Reuse program?
- What happens to my old jeans that are handed in to the Repair Shops?
- Where does the cotton you use in your products come from?
- Where does the leather come from?
- What is vegetable-tanned leather?
- Which of your products are better from an environmental standpoint?
- Is there a difference between Organic and Fairtrade cotton?
- Do you use recycled cotton?
- What is Lyocell /Tencel®️?
- Do you use certified cotton in all your products?
c/o Nudie Jeans.
Do you use recycled cotton?
During 2017 we primarily used recycled cotton in our knitted tops. In 2018 we didn’t use any recycled cotton in our production, but we did Re-Use Denim fabric in small parts of the production of our accessories. The recycled cotton used in production of 2019’s collections is mainly divided between accessories, a small quantity of top styles and in newly produced denim. Using recycled cotton is a great way to decrease our environmental impact, because cotton is a resource-intensive crop. The recycled cotton yarn used in our products is made in Italy. In addition to recycled cotton, we also reuse old denim fabric from our jeans to make new products. This is also a way to decrease the use of newly produced cotton as a raw material.