OUR COMMITMENT TO THE PLANET INCLUDES REDUCING WATER CONSUMPTION IN OUR JEANS MANUFACTURING PROCESSES

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Laser

Laser
With the laser technique, we achieve a worn denim effect, using a dry process that uses no water.

Ozone

Ozone
Thanks to ozone, we naturally oxidise denim, achieving different shades whilst drastically reducing water use. We also dispense with contaminant products such as potassium permanganate, chlorine or bleach.

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Nano bubbles

Nanobubbles
e-Flow technology allows us to obtain a large quantity of finishes with the best quality, minimal water and no waste. With this technology, the nanobubbles are the carriers of the products used to achieve the different finishes, saving 95% water, 40% energy and 90% chemicals, compared to conventional procedures.

KEEP WHAT'S IMPORTANT

Inspired by nature and simplicity, we get rid of any excess, keeping the essential spirit of our garments. The nature of our garments originates from the raw materials that planet Earth offers us.

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OUR MOST ORGANIC JEANS ARE OUR ECO JEANS

Springfield denim only uses 100% organic cotton. Our organic cotton is harvested with seeds that were not genetically modified, and using natural techniques to control pests and keep the soil healthy. That's why all our denim jeans are made with organically harvested cotton. Respectful to your skin and the environment!

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ORGANIC COTTON

Cultivated with methods that are responsible with the ecosystem, avoiding the use of synthetic pesticides. Seeds are not genetically modified and are cultivated without fertilisers or chemical pesticides. The process needs 90% less water than conventional cotton. Besides taking care of the planet, we source materials free from chemical toxins.

TENCEL LYOCELL

Lyocell fabrics are naturally biodegradable. It is manufactured with the use of eucalyptus wood, which, due to its characteristics, grows faster and with less water requirements. All wood is FSC and PEFC controlled and certified.

RECYCLED COTTON

Recycled cotton comes from used clothing or production waste. The material is categorised and grouped by colour to obtain the new cotton already in different colours, reducing the use of aggressive dyes or chemicals. Thus, we save water and CO2 and avoid other effects of cotton cultivation.