Snickers Workwear - Sustainability
THIS season Snickers has added three new styles to its stretch assortment, developed from the reportedly popular 6241.
Stretch is added to Snickers workwear to give maximum freedom of movement, the company says. It is added to specific areas of the garment and is said to facilitate ventilation and comfort. Stretch is either placed in the bending directions or where your body expands. For example it can be placed on the arms, on or above your knees, reportedly designed to optimise your ability to move and use your full potential.
Snickers says using stretch fabrics means it can tailor the garments to a slimmer fit when needed, resulting not only in a new look but that the garment follows your every move.
The company says it is proud to present a set of work trousers and jacket made of BCI (Better Cotton Initiative) cotton and recycled polyester. By using recycled materials in our workwear, Snickers is said to reduce its carbon footprint without compromising on the strength or performance of the products.
The polyester in these work trousers is made of recycled polyester. By using recycled materials in its workwear, Snickers says it reduces its carbon footprint without compromising on the strength or performance of the products.
The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) is reportedly the largest cotton sustainability programme in the world. It aims to make global cotton production better for the people who produce it as well as for the environment it grows in.