Let nothing get in the way of your running this season in the new lightweight Seamless Element long sleeve crew neck top for men. Engineered with seamless body-mapping technology, you’ll feel completely free to hit your stride with improved efficiency and better comfort than ever before. A special fabric tech creates optimum comfort no matter the weather conditions and a sleek athletic fit leaves no bulk to get in your way when you’re focussed on your sport. For an enhanced running experience, reach for the Seamless Element long sleeve crew neck top from ODLO this summer. Body-Mapped Ventilation Comfort Fabric & Care 71% Polyester, 29% Polyamide Machine Wash Warm, Hang Dry
Glade Halfzip Midlayer Men
Take the bite out of your treks and walks all winter with this men's Glade midlayer. Constructed using some of the most advanced synthetic and stretchable fabrics, you're sure to stay warm and comfortable on every outdoor excursion this cold season. Offering great heat retention, this winter top brings added protection when the winds rise and the temperature falls. Ergonomic panelling on the arms and shoulders combat friction when wearing a backpack or jacket layer. Also featuring a high collar and half zip it offers great protection from the winds, with an option for ventilation when the challenge heats up. For warmth and practicality during all your cross-country treks this winter, look no further than ODLO's Glade midlayer for men. Super-soft brushed inside Very good heat retention Stretchable Fabric & Care Main Fabric: 92% Polyester, 8% Elastane Insert I: 100% Polyester Machine Wash Warm, Hang Dry
Millennium Element Midlayer Hoodie Men
The men's Millennium Element hoody from ODLO is an essential cold weather layering solution for running enthusiasts pursuing personal bests this winter. Bringing functionality and comfort together in one highly-technical package, the Millennium Element hoody is a warm but lightweight midlayer that offers outstanding insulation for a range of outdoor running challenges and workouts. The waffle structure of the fabric delivers exceptional long-wear comfort, while the hood effectively traps in warmth and protects your head and ears from the cold, so you can keep pushing ahead as the temperature drops. With the full range of movement afforded by the stretchy, lightweight fabric, protecting yourself against the cold doesn't have to mean slowing down. Choose ODLO's Millennium Element hoody and stay hot on the trail all winter long. Waffle structure fabric for great comfort Fabric & Care 96% Polyester, 4% Elastane Machine Wash Cold, Hang Dry
Organic Crew Long Sleeve Shirt Mens
Discover the comfort of our Organic Wool & Silk Crew Long Sleeve Shirt by Northern Playground. Wool because it is the gold standard in most situations. Organic because it makes a difference. Silk because it softens, strengthens, and improves wool’s temperature regulating qualities.
Wool naturally fights odor
Wool insulates well even when wet
Silk strengthens the fabric, adds comfort against the skin and improves temperature regulation
Fabric & Care
72% Gots certified organic Merino wool, 28% silk
Wash on the delicate cycle with enzyme-free detergent in water no hotter than 86°F
Dry flat, and reshape to dry. Do not wring water out as it may tear the garment
If you are between two sizes, go for the smaller size for a tighter fit or choose the larger size for a looser fit. Wool and silk both have some stretch; the elasticity will help the garments adapt to your body.
Size in Inches
Waist (narrowest point)
Hips (mid waist)
Full Hip (widest point)
The Zero Cotton Jacket - Redew x Cake
Made in collaboration with Cake, a Swedish company that develops uncompromising high performance electric off-road motorbikes with very much the same approach as REDEW in jeans.
The style is straight with four pockets, one with flap and button for your valuables.
The fabric is a compact and dense 2/1 weave, combining light weight with durability.
Lenzing makes the fiber
Isko makes the fabric
Cross Textiles makes the garments
Metalbottoni makes the buttons
The Zero Cotton Cake + reDEW Jacket is made from Zero Cotton fabrics, entirely made from 100% wood fibers from FSC-certified forests in Europe. It’s a 2/1 construction deriving from workwear, which makes it hard-wearing and compact. The indigo dye means that the jacket will be unique after wear, your every move will determine the wear pattern on your jacket and depict your life. By time, wear and wash, the colour of the jacket will become lighter as the indigo dye on the surface goes away and the undyed core of the yarn becomes more visible. Trust us when we say that the Zero Cotton Cake + reDEW Jacket will only become more beautiful with wear and the more you wear it, but less you wash it, the stronger your wear pattern and contrast will be!
In terms of washing at home, please consider it as a jacket and wash as rarely as you can. Not because the jacket can’t take it, but because it does less harm to the planet and becomes more beautiful with age. Once you must wash it, use 40* C and make sure to AVOID SOFTENER. That’s the only area where wood fibers differ from cotton, they become really soft with the use of softener. Once you take them out of the washing machine, hang to dry and you will see that they have slightly more of a paper touch to them, but that will go away by wear, don’t worry!
The buttons used for the Zero Cotton Cake + reDEW Jacket are also unique. We used a “new” technique which is thousands of years old, namely pure copper without any galvanization. We did this to make recycling and upcycling possible and also to save all the chemicals used in galvanization. Another added value is that the button will age with wear, each one individually and with your personal expression, all depending on how you wear your jacket.
1,75 kg of wood makes one Cake+reDEW jacket
FSC-certified wood from European forests
Lenzing produces the fiber (Austria)
Isko dyes and weaves the fabric (Turkey)
Cross Textiles makes the garment (Turkey)
Metalbottoni makes the buttons (Italy)
Cotton is one of the dirtiest fibers on the planet and we humans love to wear it. Compared to conventional cotton, the Zero Cotton Cake + reDEW Jacket saves approx 7000 liters of water by using 100% wood fiber. Here are a few facts about cotton:
1) Irrigation to cotton fields kill entire eco-systems, most often by saltification and makes the risk of catastrophes greater in heavy rains. At reDEW, we believe that people would be a lot happier if they could drink the water, use it for growing food and to re-establish part of the eco-systems that have disappeared. The trees used for the Zero Cotton Cake + reDEW Jacket aren’t grown with irrigation and even if they were, they grow in areas where water is a commodity, not a matter of life or death.
2) Pesticides are used heavily in cotton fields and directly put humans and animals health as well as entire water systems at risk. Cotton alone uses at least 16% of all pesticides on the planet, something which trees simply don’t need.
3) Fertilizers are used at great extent in cotton fields, but like pesticides, they rarely stay on the field but spread with water to lakes and rivers where, as an example, algae grow faster and oxygen levels fall which has severe effects on the entire eco-system.
WATER ON EARTH
97,5% Salt water 2,5% Fresh water = 2/3 glaciers and permanent snow + 1/3 water in the ground and only about 0,3% in lakes and rivers
70% of the freshwater used is for irrigation (high income countries = 40%, low income countries = 90%) 20% is for industries 10% is for household usage
Cotton stands for 7% of the total irrigation, but in many countries, cotton is the biggest consumer of irrigation. 70% of all cotton is grown with irrigation. Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Turkey and Australia rely on irrigation. China, USA and India uses 30-40% irrigation Cotton consumes 550-950 liter/m2 field area which equals to 7000-29000 liter/kg
In 1980 we used 3 km3 for cotton fields and in 2000 it had increased to 4 km3 When too much freshwater is taken from the ground, the risk of saltification is huge. Big areas in the US are now unusable and the Aral Sea collapsed solely due to irrigation for cotton.
Cotton stands for 2,5% of the total areal of usable fields, but uses 11% of the chemicals (25% of insecticides alone). This means that cotton pollutes the water used for growing it.