Recover Brands, Sustainable Apparel – Local Line

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Rooted in the textile rich heritage of North Carolina, Recover aims to be a driver in supporting local jobs, education, and communities. Greatly reducing carbon emissions, our Recover Made-in-the-Carolinas line sources everything from within a 150 mile radius of our headquarters in Charlotte. From recycled plastic bottles, to upcycled cotton, to cut and sew, to distribution, Recover values growing and investing in Local.

Our Made in the Carolinas, USA beanies and socks are comfortable, cozy, and sustainable. The socks are made from our 50/50 blend of recycled PET and upcycled cotton. The 9” medium weight crew is a multi-functional, 4-season sock that is perfect on the trails and around town.  The flat knit top allows breathing on those long hikes and the weight gives cushion for protection.

Our beanies are also made from our 50/50 blend of recycled PET and upcycled cotton. These items make great gifts and have a great story.

Socks and beanies are retail and wholesale items, fully customizable with your logo. Inquire to hello@recoverbrands.com for a quote. Spring 18 will have Unisex and Women’s shirts added to the local line, be on the lookout!  To shop our full product offering visit www.recoverbrands.com!

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