Ecōths Makes a Difference While Outfitting the Urban Rugged Man

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Reno, NV - Ecōths, the eco-friendly men’s clothing company with a cause, debuts the Fall ’15 collection for men who enjoy comfortable clothing without sacrificing style. As a result of the strong debut in 2014, Ecōths donated over 43,000 meals to food banks throughout the United States and will continue to donate three meals per garment sold throughout 2015.

Fall ’15 is a collection of organic cotton plaid button ups, hoodies, comfortable jackets and pants that look good and feel great. The Axel Hoodie ($82) is the ideal shirt for hanging out at the campfire. Part flannel shirt, part hoodie, the Axel combines lightweight, yarn dyed, organic cotton with an extremely soft jersey lining in the hood and cuffs. Details such as ring snaps and a drawstring hood round out this smart lounging shirt. For the plaid loving, urban outdoorsman, Ecōths introduces the brushed organic cotton Rucker LS shirt. A combination of pearl snaps, contrasting plaid on the front placket, collar and cuffs and colors ensure this high quality shirt will go well with a favorite pair of jeans or the Silas Cargo Pant ($89). Putting an urban twist on the traditional outdoor pant, this organic cotton and lycra herringbone twill cargo pant has a subtle herringbone pattern and great shape retention. The cargo pockets are stitched slightly for a more tailored feel and can accommodate a phone, wallet or keys. Pictured below: Rucker LS, Silas Cargo, Axel Hoodie. 

“Our original vision for the brand was to help change the world we live in and it has been really exciting to see that come to fruition in the past year,” says Tom Williamson, VP of Marketing and Sales at Ecōths. “Our goal for 2015 is to donate 100,000 meals by the end of the year and with the stellar line up we have for both Spring and Fall ’15, I think we will have no problem reaching it.”

A versatile travel piece, the Salinger Sweater reverses from a solid with contrast stitching on one side to a solid with contrasting ribbed shoulder panels, collar and cuffs. Comfortable, soft organic cotton features a tight knit making it a great lightweight jacket too. The Salinger Sweater looks great paired with the Wallace LS Shirt, an organic cotton yarn dyed dobby with an amazing corded texture. Details include asymmetrical, bias cut pockets and a back yoke as well a contrast band down the center of the back. Perfect for crisp fall days, the Ryker Jacket ($119) is a rugged, jersey lined, stretch herringbone twill jacket that has heavy zig zag stitching under the collar and pockets and taffeta lined sleeves for ease of getting on and off. Pictured below: Salinger Sweater, Salinger Sweater reversed, Wallace LS Shirt.

Visit Ecōths booth 30136 to see this impressive Fall ’15 collection and learn more about the Ecōths Good Sam program for local food banks. For more information visit www.ecoths.com or email Angie Houck at angie@darbycommunications.com.

About Ecōths

Ecōths was born from a desire to create a men’s clothing brand that combines natural fabrics with style, comfort and personality while giving back and creating a better place to live for everyone. A harmonious blend of Eco and Ethos, two words that are the epicenter of the brand, Ecōths is 100% natural and unparalleled in its unique styling details and approach to creating a brand with a true soul. For every Ecōths garment purchased in the United States, three meals will be provided to someone in need through local food banks. Ecōths’ mission is simple; bringing together the triple bottom line of People, Planet and Product. www.ecoths.com

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