Collection: Seawool

Seawool

Seawool is a brand-new and innovative yarn of sustainable material from post-consumer oyster shells and recycled PET bottles. Seawool has a 99% comparability to wool but without harming animals Read More

Seawool is a brand-new and innovative yarn of sustainable material from post-consumer oyster shells and recycled PET bottles. Seawool has a 99% comparability to wool but without harming animals or the planet. Our Seawool sweaters are perfect for layering whether you like oversized sweaters, turtle neck sweaters or a cool sweater vest. Check out our cute jumpers, long flowy dresses, fall cardigans, or knitted sweaters and get the feeling of the soft, durable and heat regulating material.

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What is Seawool?
Seawool is a brand new, innovative and sustainable material. Seawool is a textile made of yarn produced from a combination of crushed oyster shells and recycled PET pellets. To Read More

What is Seawool?
Seawool is a brand new, innovative and sustainable material. Seawool is a textile made of yarn produced from a combination of crushed oyster shells and recycled PET pellets. To make Seawool yarn, oyster shells are crushed into a powder, which is then fused with recycled PET yarn. The yarns are then knitted like wool.

How does Seawool feel compared to wool?
The outcome is a warm, sturdy material that is soft, thick, and durable. It regulates body temperature and is moisture-wicking, antibacterial, odor-resistant, and anti-static. The versatility of this fabric is comparable to that of natural wool.

How is Seawool recycled?
The oysters used in Seawool are supplied from either sustainable oyster farms or the food industry. There are currently four million tons of wasted oyster shells in the world; while they are biodegradable, they do not disintegrate quickly, which means they take up a lot of space if not upcycled in some way. The pulverized oyster shells give the cloth a wool-like, fibrous feel.

Why do we use Seawool?
Blanche has chosen to use Seawool because it has many excellent properties, is sustainable and is very similar to natural wool. In our search for the best and most sustainable materials, Seawool stands out.

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