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Stories — sustainability

Why is Tencel Lyocell one of the best materials for t-shirts?

Posted by Nicolas Mekchoudi on

As Activn first year comes to an end, we thought it would be a great time to create a summary of the amazing benefits of Tencel lycocell fabric in general and our sustainable clothing brand in particular when it comes to natural comfort, breathability, ecological benefits and more.

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Global warming fight also needs solutions from the clothing industry

Posted by Nicolas Mekchoudi on

Solutions to climate change, induce by global warming come from actions in all sectors, by individuals and industries....@activnclothing we know activewear and know that generic polyester, petrol-based fabrics contribute more to high level of CO2 rejection

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Tencel™ Lyocell by Lenzing set to become the first carbon neutral fiber producer in the world

Posted by Nicolas Mekchoudi on

Carbon footprint is the amount of CO2 produced by a person or industry, which contributes to the climate change greatly. We are proud to announce that our activewear line is mainly made of Tencel Lyocell, a fiber created and manufactured by the Lenzing group, on its way to become the first carbon neutral fiber producer in the world.

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The Best Running Shirts In Natural & Ecological Fabrics

Posted by Nicolas Mekchoudi on

A great running shirt keeps you warm when cool outside, and comfy in the heat, work with your movements and makes you look handsome 😎 

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5 Reasons Why Eco-Friendly Natural Workout Clothes Are Better For The Environment

Posted by Nicolas Mekchoudi on

Eco-friendly clothing benefit the environment at every stages: 1 - Sustainability: Tencel Lyocell (wood fibers), organic cotton, merino wool, bamboo, linen are organic materials from managed botanic or animal sources, unlike polyester or nylon which come from petrol, no different than plastic, a limited polluting resource. Look for clothing with OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 and Global Organic Textile Standard certifications 2 - Manufacturing - Less energy consumption: Polyester, nylon, acrylic fibres generate a high level of CO2, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and water usage at production which impact climate change. It just takes less energy and chemical substances to go from bamboo to bamboo fibers...

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