Recycled polyester – making good better. No wonder we want to see as many bottles as possible transformed into clothing that you want to wear. The production of the PET (polyethylene terephthalate) material need crude oil and natural gas extracted from the Earth. Luckily the material can be recycled again and again. The fibers of recycled polyester from post-consumer waste have the same technical performance as the newly made polyester. The production requires 70% reduced carbon footprint compared to virgin polyester. It also decrease the amount of plastic post-consumer waste that enters landfills that takes thousands of years to break down, and can leach toxic chemicals into the Earth. Simply a great way of making good products be even better.