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Tyler Straight Leg - Vintage White

Tyler Straight Leg - Vintage White

Regular price $89.00 USD
Regular price $178.00 USD Sale price $89.00 USD
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A soft, bleach-free white wash adds sophisticated appeal to our favorite high rise straight leg.

FIT: 11.5" Rise, 16" Leg Opening, 29" Inseam

MATERIALS: Made with Refibra, an upcycled cellulose fiber made from recycled cotton. Low impact wash process uses 90% less water, 70% less energy and zero harmful chemicals. Hangtags, labels and packaging made from recycled and biodegradable materials.

Sustainable Materials

With industry-leading equipment, advanced wash techniques and sustainable sourcing, ÉTICA dramatically reduces water usage by 90%, energy consumption by 63% and chemical usage by 70% compared to industry standards.

About ÉTICA Denim

"ÉTICA carefully selects local suppliers based on their commitment to sustainability, their labor practices and the quality of the fabrics they produce. Our Vendor Code of Conduct contains strict guidelines for social responsibility and corporate compliance, based on the tenants of the Fair Labor Association and Bluesign®.  We are a proud member of the Better Cotton Initiative™, and our mills have earned additional certifications from OEKO-TEX Standard 100, WRAP, Cradle to Cradle™ and GOTS." - ÉTICA Denim

Values & Sustainability

Fair Labor Association, Bluesign®, OEKO-TEX Standard 100, WRAP, Cradle to Cradle™, GOTS, Better Cotton Initiative™, Circular sourcing, 100% Vegan Materials, 100% free of Microplastics, 1% for the planet, One Tree Planted,

"Our brand labels are woven from 100% recycled material.  Our hang tags are printed with soy-based ink on 100% recycled paper, and plantable seed paper. "

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Based in Los Angeles, ÉTICA is rooted in the ideals of fair labor, environmentally conscious manufacturing and social responsibility.

On a mission to help local communities, ÉTICA recycles its water for local farmland, compresses used wash stones into bricks for low-income housing and partners with organizations committed to workers’ rights and environmental initiatives around the world.