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Upcycled sarouals for kids, 100% handmade in France.

VALUES

Upcycled, 100% Made in Europe

CLOTHING

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FOOTWEAR

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ACCESSORIES

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BABIES - KIDS

CLOTHES

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SUPPLY CHAIN

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Made in

France

Production

The whole production is done in-house.

Other production details

Because they only use upcycled clothes to make their products, they only make limited series.
You can even make a tailor made harem pants by sending your own clothes or choosing the fabrics with them.

Packaging / Packing

Packaging made of paper and fabric.
No plastic.

Shipping

Standard shipping options.

SOCIAL IMPACT

67

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Having 100% of their production in Europe strongly increases chances to have a product made in fair conditions.

Additional information

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

85

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Having 100% of their production in Europe reduces the environmental impact of the brand.

Circularity

Their products are made of 100% upcycled materials.

Recyclability

- Products

100% recyclable.

- Packaging / Packing

100% recyclable.

Additional information

Bootaboo is in partnership with the association "A Tree For You". They plant one tree for each saroual sold.

MATERIALS

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Materials used to manufacture the products

Upcycled materials so it can be anything from cotton to upholstery.

Materials characteristics

Their products contain 100% of upcycled materials.

Materials origin

Europe

For clothes, learn more and check our Fabrics index here

ABOUT

I wanted to make BOOTABOO an example in terms of a 360 ° eco-responsible brand, by offering consumers the possibility of buying ethical and committed clothing, and also allowing these people, who sometimes do not have the time nor the means, to participate actively and concretely in the well-being of nature by planting trees, thanks to our “A Tree for You” partnership.

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Headquarters

Lagny Sur Marne, France

Date of creation

2016

Shipping

Unknown

Last update

June 2021

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Bootaboo