Ternua is the Spanish brand that designs technical and sustainable products for the mountain and for the outdoor since 1994, protecting people and nature at the same time. In 2016 Ternua promoted the Redcycle project, through which it was involved in the collection of 12 tons of abandoned fishing nets along the Basque coast, which were transformed into ECONYL® yarn by Aquafil. In the Spring-Summer 2018 collection it introduced its first pants, the UPRIGHT pants for trekking and the RIDE ON pants, more lifestyle. The latter also received the Outdoor Industry Award at the OutDoor fair in Friedrichshafen 2017.
In its successive collections Ternua has been adding new garments made with ECONYL® yarn and in the next spring-summer 2020 collection it will have 15 products designed from this regenerated nylon.
It is also a variety used in all the brand’s product categories, from lifestyle pants, a hat or a backpack, to meshes for running, trekking and climbing pants, or even some mountaineering pants. It should be noted that in the Autumn-Winter 2019 collection, Ternua will market a ski mountaineering suit, very technical, designed in collaboration with professional skiers, and which also received the ISPO Gold Award at the ISPO fair this year.
With this Ternua wants to demonstrate that this yarn can offer maximum technicality and adaptability when designing products at any level or category and, in addition, sustainably, since the result is a recycled and recyclable yarn.
About the pants Ride on Pants:
Long trousers in Shell stretch made out of ECONYL® regenerated nylon. Incorporating PFC-free water-repellent treatment. Preformed knees. Reflective detail on the inside of the right leg, ideal for city cycling.
About the backpack:
Redcycle project’s concept backpack and limited edition. Mainly made with ECONYL® regenerated nylon; lining, zippers and buckles are made with polyester from recycled post consumer pet plastic bottles.
The side pockets are made using real fishing nets donated by a local fisherman of Getaria (Gipuzkoa). We added a piece of wood that has been cut by hand by Joseba Mercader, a committed local artist / activist, who always works handcrafted with wood collected by himself at our coasts.