Posts by tag: clothing

Eco Friendly December 28, 2018 posted by

Ioncell – a dress from made trees?

We’ve touched on the issues of pollution that the garment industry causes before. You may think that your clothes are small potatoes when it comes to trash but actually, the industry introduces many plastics as well as industrial waste to the planet. Ioncell is a new, sustainable fashion option that may change the way we look at clothing.

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Ioncell – a dress from made trees?
Eco Friendly October 31, 2018 posted by

Solosocks Share – get a pair, share a pair

Socks. Most of us wear them because they help keep our feet warm. But they also end up in landfills and when they’re not made in a sustainable way, contribute to the overall pollution in the world. That’s not good. Shop for a better sock, a more sustainable sock with the Solosocks Share, the sustainable sock choice that also gives socks to the homeless.

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Solosocks Share – get a pair, share a pair
heh heh! October 2, 2018 posted by

NoSweat – protect your hat from sweat

You know what happens when you go outside? You sweat because outside, especially in the summer but also during later parts of spring and early parts of fall, is hot. Make sure that the sweat doesn’t drip down, ruining your perfect game with the NoSweat, the attachment for hat that keeps your sweat from falling.

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NoSweat – protect your hat from sweat
hmm..interesting June 6, 2018 posted by

Gumshoe – the sneaker made from recycled gum

Ever been walking down the street and just step on some gum that someone spit out and left there? Probably because people are gross and thoughtless. In Amsterdam people have this problem as well but one company wants to turn all that thrown out gum into sneakers. Gumshoe is the first sneaker partially made from recycled gum.

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Gumshoe  – the sneaker made from recycled gum
future tech May 17, 2018 posted by

ChroMorphous – color changing fabric just got cooler

Color changing fabric used to be really popular but then it sort of fell out of fashion because the 90s was over and it was a strange time. Anyway, the College of Optics and Photonics at the University of Central Florida have updated color changing fabric and created an app controlled experience that can be used to make a variety of things called ChroMorphous.

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ChroMorphous – color changing fabric just got cooler
Gadgets May 1, 2018 posted by

Paper Watch – tired of Apple, try paper

Do you like watches but find that they’re just to heavy for your active and lightweight lifestyle? Well good news, the Paper Watch is a wearable that tells time and weighs next to nothing because it is made out of good, old fashion paper (or something pretty close to it).

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Paper Watch – tired of Apple, try paper