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KAVU Synthetic Strapcap

KAVU Synthetic Strapcap

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Regular price 28.00 €
Sale price 28.00 € Regular price 55.50 €
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Size

Beige / Pyrite

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Description

SUSTAINABILITY > On the way More info

KAVU Synthetic Strapcap - Iconic 4-panel waterproof polyester cap with iconic patterned nylon strap.

  • 4-panel
  • Patterned nylon strap with KAVU applique
  • Hand cut and sewn in Seattle
  • Durable polyurethane visor that is slightly curved
  • Rear adjustable fastening
  • Size S (head circumference 57 - 61 cm)
  • Size M (head circumference 59,5 - 63,5 cm)
  • Size L (head circumference 62 - 66 cm)
  • 100% polyester

Product code : ka123

Brand

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KAVU,

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KAVU and Sustainability

The brand KAVU received 2.5 out of 7 points and has the status „On the way”. Therefore it deserves our Sustainable tag.
Read more about our criteria for assessing sustainability.

Material

Material

The KAVU brand uses materials such as organic cotton, recycled polyester and nylon to manufacture its products.

Dyeing

Dyeing

The brand guarantees that the dyes used in the production are not harmful to the environment or the workers who handle them.

Production

Production

The brand is responsible for ensuring that workers up to level 2 of the supply chain are provided with good working conditions that are monitored. They are therefore provided with a safe working environment and are paid appropriate wages.

Supply chain knowledge

Supply chain knowledge

The brand knows its suppliers up to level 2 - therefore it does not know the suppliers of raw materials.

Production radius

Production radius

The brand does not know the length of its production chain.

CSR

CSR

The KAVU brand supports the Center for Whale Research. This non-profit organization is dedicated to the study and conservation of killer whales that live in the Salish Sea.

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