Otto Sweatshirt Blue
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• Material: 100% Organic Cotton
• Fabric Origin: The country of origin of the organic cotton changes with each batch, the yarns are spun in Portugal & the fabric knitted & finished in Barcelos, Portugal
• Made in Portugal
• Ines is 179 cm / 100C and wears size XXL
Tax € 20,71
This part is forwarded to the tax authorities.
Production Cost € 28,04
Production Costs include costs for fabrics, sampling, sourcing and labour.
Fulfilment € 12,18
This includes fees for handling, storage, customer service as well as postal charges which we forward to our fulfilment partners.
Company Costs € 44,08
Company costs include all expenses for office space, employees, marketing, IT costs and our profit margin. Depending on the product, the profit margin is about one third of the company costs.
Social Responbilities € 0,50
For every order we give away to charity.
Payment Fees € 3,49
This fee is forwarded to the payment provider.
FAQSome questions you might ask yourself
Please use the size chart as an orientation for your size but note that deviations are normal with the type of composition we use. To measure take an item you have at home and compare the measurements with the size chart of the desired product.
We don't use any conventional synthetics in our garments. This means they will behave differently from most of the clothes you know from other brands, who use Elastane or Polyester (synthetic fibers) to keep garments in shape. We mostly use natural fibers and no conventional synthetics, which means that especially non-woven items (knits, ribs, etc.) grow while wearing them. For some items such as knits deviations can be quite high and are not a reason for a free return.
Shipping countries and costs will be automatically shown to you at checkout. Upon receiving your item you can return it at your own expense for 14 days. Read more in our returns policy.
We recommend washing our clothes with mild detergent or detergent for wool and silk. Since conventional "color detergents" contain enzymes that break down the fiber or remove the color. The classic color refreshing promised by conventional detergents works mainly with cotton. With cellulose fibers, these enzymes have exactly the opposite effect. Since we work mainly with Lyocell yarns, the "wrong" detergent makes the reversal effect of the color detergent visible on almost every part (e.g. at the seams).
We therefore recommend to always use detergent that is suitable for wool and silk or to make sure when buying the detergent that it does not contain enzymes. We also highly advise a low spin cycle and no tumble drying.
For our more delicate styles such as 100% cupro items we recommend hand wash, if you want to be on the safe side.
The elastane used in elastic parts is Roica® V550, a yarn that degrades in the environment without releasing harmful substances (non-ecotoxic) and is certified with the C2C Gold Standard. This yarn is produced in Japan, Thailand, China and Germany.
Furthermore, Corozo nuts are used for our buttons, which are sanded into buttons by a family run factory in Portugal. For the elastic waistband in our trousers we use a mixture of 50% natural rubber and 50% organic cotton. These natural rubber bands are produced in a small factory in Austria.
The metal sliders which we use in some products are made in Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal in a small family business. The material for the sliders is sourced in Europe (Luxembourg & Belgium) and is nickel free.