Pernille Dots 20 denier - Black

€27,00

Exclusive black 20 denier tights with knitted dots. They are made with premium recycled materials and a 3D weaving technology to secure the best possible fit and durability.

Features

  • Knitted dots
  • Pattern
  • 3D weaving for durability and snug fit
  • Comfy waistband
  • Hygienic cotton gusset and flat seams
  • Fine and elastic toe link

Transparency: Semi-transparent

78% polyamide (Q-Nova® by Fulgar), 22% elastane (Roica Eco-Smart™)

Machine wash cold, max 30 degrees, mild process, do not bleach, tumble dry, iron or clean.

Our Italian factories are highly specialized and technological OEKO-TEX®-certified zero-waste factories powered by renewable energy. They continuously invest in sustainable solutions and work systematically to reduce their environmental footprint, i.e. by purifying all wastewater fromproduction, using systems for responsible management of energy and water consumption and specializing in the use of sustainable and environmentally friendly materials.

Help us prevent CO2e emissions and microplastic pollution in our nature!

You can hand over your worn-out tights and other textile products made of nylon-elastane to us through our major recycling initiative. We accept products from all brands.Click here, and check out our take-back program, and be a part of the solution.

Every time we save one pair of tights from the bin, we save around 0,8 kg CO2e emissions and pollution with microplastic in our nature.

Free delivery on EU orders over 80 EUR. More info

Full satisfaction guarantee on first order with 30 days free return. More info

Fast delivery 2-6 days internationally with track and trace

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