Origami

Regular price €65.00 EUR

Made from recycled fishing nets

Reduced carbon emissions

On the surface this shirt seems fragile, like paper, but it’s mad from one of the strongest materials on earth, fishing nets. We can the mediterranean, recycling discarded fishing nets, creating this fabrica that seems like the thinnest sheet of paper. That’s why we have worked to create a paper texture, and fold it into an artisan origami piece.

Material + Care

Made from 98% Recycled fishing nets, 2% lycra.

Natural non chemical dying process.

Machine wash, hang dry, no ironing.

Size

Model is 175 CM, wearing a size M. Shirt is loose fitting

Sizing questions contact info@future-humans.com

Returns + Exchange

We offer free shipping on orders over 79€.
You have 30 days to return any purchase.
Free returns in the EU and US.  
Learn more here

Certification

No Listed certifications.

Pending Global Recycled Standard certificate.

Why is Origami sustainable
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WHY IS ORIGAMI
SUSTAINABLE
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The world is brimming with waste, poisonous air, and polluted water.

We are using the latest technologies to convert society’s waste into the future of clothing. Recycling plastic bottles, fishing nets, and fabrics we create minimalist pieces that reduce existing contamination.  

We quantify everything we do, you can see the positive impact Origami had on the environment directly:
The world is brimming with waste, poisonous air, and polluted water.

We are using the latest technologies to convert society’s waste into the future of clothing. Recycling plastic bottles, fishing nets, and fabrics we create minimalist pieces that reduce existing contamination.  

We quantify everything we do, you can see the positive impact Origami had on the environment directly:

Recycled

Vegan

Made from recycled fishing nets

Reduced CO2 emissions

Renewable energy in production

Recycled

Vegan

Made from recycled
fishing nets

Reduced CO2
emissions

Renewable energy
in production

Why is Origami different
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WHY IS ORIGAMI DIFFERENT
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-98% recycled nylon made from fisihing nets to reduce ocean contamination
- Paper thin with a paper texture.  
- 2% Lycra to give it a small stretch.  
- Breathable and wicking fabrics.
- Highly resistant, easy to clean, and maintain, no ironing needed.
-98% recycled nylon made from fisihing nets to reduce ocean contamination
- Paper thin with a paper texture.  
- 2% Lycra to give it a small stretch.  
- Breathable and wicking fabrics.
- Highly resistant, easy to clean, and maintain, no ironing needed.

How was Origami made
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HOW WAS ORIGAMI MADE
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We stand for a strict ethical code, both in the production of our pieces and the content we create. Future Humans fights against exploitation, child labor, gender stereotypes, and the exploitation of animals (all our pieces are vegan). One of our objectives is to produce pieces with the maximum quality at an affordable price, and for that reason, we sell direct to our customers through our store. It’s not possible to start a revolution if we are elitists.  

We stand for a strict ethical code, both in the production of our pieces and the content we create. Future Humans fights against exploitation, child labor, gender stereotypes, and the exploitation of animals (all our pieces are vegan). One of our objectives is to produce pieces with the maximum quality at an affordable price, and for that reason, we sell direct to our customers through our store. It’s not possible to start a revolution if we are elitists.  

WE CAN IMPACT THE FUTURE_