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Simple coursing jersey. The material is a high-quality, very elastic swimsuit. It sits beautifully, does not rush. More

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Simple coursing jersey. The material is a high-quality, very elastic Econyl. It sits beautifully, does not rush. Thanks to the cut, it does not prevent the dog from moving.

ričko sits beautifully, does not prevent the dog from moving, does not strangle. Playing belly against scratches from grass, field.

We want you to know what your dogs wear on our skin.

ECONYL AS A NEW GENERATION BETWEEN SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS

It is a type of material, a form of nylon, which is made exclusively from waste materials during production, from products that are already discarded, but also from fishing nets, carpets and other solid textiles. However, due to the process and the very origin of Econyl material, they are becoming a kind of green alternative for their gentle renewal. As one of the first, similarly sustainable materials, it is made from 100% regenerated nylon yarn, which arises from industrial waste. (Otherwise, they would travel to landfills at the end of their lives and continue to burden our planet.)

Fashion and interiors. These are the two main directions in which Econyl is widely used. In addition, this material is practically "immortal". It can be restored again and again. And so new and new RE-collections can be created simply, gently and quickly.

Which brands already use Econyl in production?
Many global brands have convinced us of this in the last year. Last year, fashion and design media presented press releases to all of us such as:

New Prada Re-Nylon collection, made of regenerated ECONYL® yarn. Burberry presents a new collection made of nylon with sustainable use of ECONYL®.

But brands such as Adidas, H&M, La Perla, and many others have also started using Econyl in the manufacture of clothing, including swimming, underwear, and sportswear.