Olivia 60 Denier

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Olivia 60 Denier er en hverdagsfavoritt som kommer i flere farger. En halvtynn strømpebukse som passer like fint til hverdag som til et festantrekk.

Swedish Stockings representerer suveren kvalitet, fantastisk passform og nydelig design. Vil du lese mer om de to svenske jentene bak merket, kan du gjøre det HER.

Se andre produkter fra Swedish Stockings HER.

EACH YEAR, TWO BILLION PAIRS OF TIGHTS ARE PRODUCED, WORN A FEW TIMES AND THEN DISCARDED, HELPING TO MAKE THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY THE SECOND MOST POLLUTING INDUSTRY IN THE WORLD. LANDFILLS EVERYWHERE ARE FULL OF POORLY MADE AND CHEAP NON-BIODEGRADABLE TEXTILES – AND IT’S GETTING WORSE. NYLON YARN, WHICH IS CURRENTLY USED TO PRODUCE MOST MODERN PANTYHOSE, IS CREATED FROM AN ENVIRONMENTALLY HARMFUL PETROLEUM-BASED MANUFACTURING PROCESS THAT IS NOT ONLY BAD FOR THE PLANET, BUT ALSO PRODUCES PANTYHOSE THAT DON’T LAST.

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Olivia 60 Denier er en hverdagsfavoritt som kommer i flere farger. En halvtynn strømpebukse som passer like fint til hverdag som til et festantrekk.

Swedish Stockings representerer suveren kvalitet, fantastisk passform og nydelig design. Vil du lese mer om de to svenske jentene bak merket, kan du gjøre det HER.

Se andre produkter fra Swedish Stockings HER.

EACH YEAR, TWO BILLION PAIRS OF TIGHTS ARE PRODUCED, WORN A FEW TIMES AND THEN DISCARDED, HELPING TO MAKE THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY THE SECOND MOST POLLUTING INDUSTRY IN THE WORLD. LANDFILLS EVERYWHERE ARE FULL OF POORLY MADE AND CHEAP NON-BIODEGRADABLE TEXTILES – AND IT’S GETTING WORSE. NYLON YARN, WHICH IS CURRENTLY USED TO PRODUCE MOST MODERN PANTYHOSE, IS CREATED FROM AN ENVIRONMENTALLY HARMFUL PETROLEUM-BASED MANUFACTURING PROCESS THAT IS NOT ONLY BAD FOR THE PLANET, BUT ALSO PRODUCES PANTYHOSE THAT DON’T LAST.

Tilleggsinformasjon

Vekt 0.1 kg
Størrelse

l, m, s, xl

Farge

Bordeaux, Grå, Sort

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