Headsweats launches apparel and headwear made from recycled plastic bottles - SNEWS

Hot New Product of the Week: Headsweats REPREVE line

After 20 years of perfecting performance headwear and apparel, Headsweats is going green with REPREVE.
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Pitched by Headsweats

This isn’t just another workout top. This moisture-wicking, quick-drying, temperature-regulating, water-repelling, odor-controlling, comfortable and lightweight REPREVE fabric shirt is the result of recycled plastic bottles that have been cleaned, broken down, and processed by Unifi’s state-of-the art-texturing process. 

When you wear this highly versatile multi-sport shirt, you’re not only getting the best of performance qualities, but you’re also nodding to the earth’s wellbeing. Plus, the number of water bottles it took to make the product is displayed on the outside. A short sleeve performance t-shirt uses four water bottles, whereas a multi-purpose headband takes one.

The line launched on Oct. 29 and is available at headsweats.com/categories/repreve

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