Make a powerful statement of change with this gorgeous backpack, recycled from plastic bottles. With its padded and quilted design, this accessory, in a versatile and easy-to-match black version, show that style and sustainability can go hand in hand.
This padded soft backpack offers enough space to carry your essentials from morning to evening and is enhanced with statement patches and great functionality thanks to the outside pockets on the side and back.
Made with RE-Polyester from plastic bottles
This product is made with GRS-certified* polyester recycled from plastic bottles.
Unfortunately, plastic is a pervasive part of our lives. It’s in our kitchens, it’s in our bathrooms, it’s even in our toilets. According to the textile exchange, around half of the world’s clothing is made from polyester fabric, which is basically plastic.
Polyester is derived from petroleum products. Through chemical reactions, it is made into polyethylene terephthalate (PET), which we know as polyester when it is used for fabric. As a fabric for clothing, it has its advantages: it retains its shape well and is resistant to wrinkling, shrinking, and stretching: think activewear or yoga pants!
Virgin polyester can be an energy-intensive product and this fabric is unfortunately not biodegradable, which means that it is bad for the environment.
Using recycled instead of virgin polyester reduces our dependency on fossil fuels, requires less energy and produces fewer carbon emissions. By using plastic bottles, fishing nets and textile waste to make R-PET, waste is diverted from oceans and landfill.
Click here to check out your positive impact on the climate by choosing a Miomojo backpack/bag made with recycled polyester from plastic bottles.
*FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) was founded to create an alternative to forestry destruction. It is an international,
non-governmental organization dedicated to promoting responsible management of the world’s forests. FSC has developed a product labelling that enables people to identify responsibly sourced wood, paper or any other forest product such as viscose.
Our CO2 emissions are offset.
Read how here.