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Made from Recycled Coffee Grounds

Spent coffee grounds are mixed and melted down with recycled plastic bottles to create the fibers for our innovative Switchback shirt. Each shirt contains the equivalent of three cups of coffee grounds and 10 plastic bottles. This result is an adventure shirt that keeps you cool, comfy, and looking sharp.

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They raised over $400,000 to become Kickstarter's highest funded outdoor pant. Durable, smartly built, and ridiculously comfy, our Trailhead Adventure Pant is revolutionizing the traditional recreation pant.

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Made from Recycled Coffee Grounds

Coffee is a naturally odor-absorbing material and by weaving the grounds into the fibers, odors are trapped as you sweat.

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