Long Sleeve Shirt

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About the product

Long sleeve shirt for men made from recycled cotton.
  • Wood buttons
  • Button placket
  • Single chest pocket
  • Long sleeves
  • Slim fit
Available in three different colors.

Size

S, M, L, XL

Materials

The composition is 43 % Cotton / 57% Regenerated Cotton. Made in Mexico by Novabori which is a start-up working in sustainable fabric solutions.

Packaging

Our packaging is a reusable bag for veggies and fruits, made by cotton and water-based silkscreen, all these processes are handmade in Mexico.

Production

Our items are manufactured in Aguascalientes Mexico, made by Vicky and Toño who have a sewing studio.  All the items are made by ethical production and payment.
We want to reduce our waste, as we got small fabric scraps from the cutting process, we use this material for making pillows and throws, and the rest to a local company (Macias Textil) that recycle this fabric scraps to make blankets.

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Name : NICHA Company

Name : NICHA

Description : The fashion industry is one of the biggest polluters of the world, since past times we have been witnessing and accelerating the production and consumption of fashion, exhausting our resources, for this reason, NICHA is a fashion company with a Sustainable and Ethical basis, which offers a product friendly to the environment and innovative to reduce the problem of waste and mass consumption in fashion. Our clothing is made by recycled cotton, fabric scraps, and second-hand clothes which are given a second life cycle, and about our production, it is made in a sewing studio by Vicky and Toño’s family that work with us under ethical and safe labor conditions. Our items are manufactured in Aguascalientes Mexico, made by Vicky and Toño who have a sewing studio.  All the items are made by ethical production and payment. We want to reduce our waste, as we got small fabric scraps from the cutting process, we use this material for make pillows and throws, and the rest to a local company (Macias Textil) that recycle this fabric scraps to make blanquets.