Terrain Short Pants Woman
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UKUTHULA is a conscious Spanish brand that believes in returning the favor to nature. Based in Pamplona, Navarra, their goal is to create an activewear brand that it makes you feel comfortable with yourself and the nature that surrounds you. Versatile, multifunctional, and timeless clothes with a strong commitment to nature and its surroundings. Most of their garments are designed using ECONYL® nylon. Ukuthula is high quality, eco-conscious, and born-to-last brand.
Designing a material or product whilst considering environmental sustainability. A product’s environmental impact can be reduced through material and production process selection, typically relating to resource consumption or pollution.
Fair and decent working conditions, covering areas including health and safety, equality and anti-discrimination, unionisation, and employee wellbeing.
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