Levi’s Green Jeans

Saturday, November 6th, 2010

One of the reasons people buy our denim patches for their jeans is because they don’t like the harmful environmental effects of making new jeans. The average pair of jeans uses 11 gallons of water in the finishing process. By using a denim patch for your jeans, you not only save the jeans you love and lots of money, but you also save water.

Levi’s is bucking the trend and has developed a new process that uses on average 28% less water. We support their efforts and can’t wait to make denim patches from their jeans.


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