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We use REPREVE® fabric in all our garments.

​This fabric is made with plastic bottles rescued from the environment, which through an industrial process are ground, melted and reformulated into pellets. The pellets are melted and extracted into recycled fiber. The fabric is made with this fiber, which meets high quality standards: moisture management, thermal regulation, odor control, cushioning and elasticity; for reliable, long-lasting quality.

Likewise, compared to the production of virgin or conventional fiber, REPREVE® fabric emits 75% less greenhouse gases , its production saves 90% water and 85% energy.

Our fabric is certified by UNIFI and U-Trus

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Why do we use this fabric?

​In the world, one million plastic bottles are manufactured... every minute! This number has increased by 20% in 2021. One of the biggest problems with plastic is that its production requires the use of non-renewable resources, which contribute to climate change. Plastic bottles are made from a petroleum derivative known as polyethylene terephthalate (PET) . Furthermore, fossil fuels are used throughout the entire useful life of a bottle, from transportation, storage and final disposal.

​Another problem with plastic is that most of it is not biodegradable , only degradable. Biodegradation is when the object is broken down (digested) by living organisms. Through bacteria and fungi, the object can be naturally recycled into new organic molecules. On the other hand, degradation is just the process of breaking down into smaller particles. It can take up to 1000 years for a plastic bottle to degrade. But, because it is not biodegradable, the smallest pieces of plastic (microplastics) will remain in the environment forever.

Many plastic bottles end up being discarded inappropriately. Many of them end up stuck in landfills, releasing toxic chemicals into the environment. Furthermore, most of the plastic ends up reaching the ocean. Even plastic on land ends up being blown or washed (by rain) into a body of water. The plastic then moves into drainage networks or rivers and flows into the ocean. Aquatic animals may mistake plastic in the ocean for food. Once plastic is ingested by an organism, it can move along the food chain. The ingestion of plastics can cause a large number of long-term negative consequences, even for humans.

Take maximum care of your Fitplanet garments, and use them sustainably:

​Although this recycled fabric is helping to solve a real problem, we know that synthetic fibers can shed microfibers when washed. We encourage you to follow these tips so that you can make sustainable use of these garments:

1 . Our garments have odor management and breathability. They neutralize body odor, so you don't need to wash them every time you use them, unless you have played a very intense sport.

2 . When you wash our clothes, use short washing programs. The more water you use, the more fibers can be released, so a 15-minute program will be more than enough.

3 . Use cold water. By washing below 30 degrees, the garments will last much longer.

4 . We encourage you to purchase an anti-microplastic washing bag. They are bags to put any clothing inside and prevent the fibers that come off from ending up in the water. We will soon have them available for sale.