VINTAGE BADGE CAP
Size and fit
This product contains organically grown cotton.
This product contains sustainable natural hemp. It is durable and grown in a resource-efficient way.
This product was manufactured under fair working conditions in conformity with Fair Wear Foundation.
This product is climate neutral. It was produced in the most environmentally friendly way possible. Any unavoidable CO2 emissions have been offset.
Casual cap made from organic cotton and hemp for hot days in the mountains.
- Durable and long-lasting
- Made from sustainable materials and carbon offset
The VINTAGE BADGE CAP combines style and function: The casual corduroy fabric with sustainably grown hemp and organic cotton is particularly comfortable yet durable and long-lasting. Corduroy as a design element and the cool BADGE logo make this cap a real eye-catcher that also protects against strong sunlight in the mountains and the valleys.
Area of usage
MAIN MATERIAL: 69% cotton (organic cotton) + 29% hemp + 2% elastane LINING: 85% virgin wool (OWP MERINO) + 15% polyamide
Our sustainable MERINO WOOL comes from monitored, ethical sheep farms. It is comfortably soft, easy to care for, and provides an optimum body climate thanks to its moisture- and temperature-regulating properties.
BENEFITS MERINO WOOL
Our wool has its origins at the heart of a natural paradise: Tasmania. Where the air is at its purest, the food lush, and the climate moderate – that’s where fair merino wool that fulfils the highest quality standards can be found.
ORTOVOX WOOL PROMISE
Our commitment to fair wool: Our own wool standard ensures that our merino wool is sourced in an animal- and environmentally-friendly manner. Our friendly relationship with our farmers enables us to have full transparency throughout the value-added chain.
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