Post-consumer jeans

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Denim remnants obtained from the reuse of post-consumer jeans deposited at textile recycling points in Spain.These can be collection centers of the Solidança Social Foundation, collection points of Levis Spain and donations made to the Infinit Denim brand itself through shipments or store deposits.

In 2018, 17 million tons of textile waste ended up in landfills. Some of it can be recycled industrially, but another solution to this problem is upcycling or suprarecycling.When we reuse jeans in the specialized workshop of our Back to Eco social project, we give jeans a new life and prevent the material from going to landfill.

Every year, approximately 5 billion jeans are produced worldwide.
Around 7.5 million tons of textile waste are generated each year in Europe.
Less than 1% of textile waste is recycled to produce new garments.

Recycled post-consumer denim fibers


Our upcycling process generates a by-product: post-consumer denim remnants that cannot be reused. We remove the metal parts from these remnants and then they are transported to shredding centers where we obtain new cellulosic fibers. These fibers are spun with other cellulosic materials to create a new eco-recycled yarn. Finally, we weave this yarn to create new fabrics and finishes.


One of the major benefits of using post-consumer textiles is that the production of new fibers is minimized to the maximum, thus saving 100% of water and chemical consumption. In turn, extending the life of these materials by preventing them from going to landfill, and where the decomposition of these fibers contaminates water and soil.

Eco-recycled fabrics Infinit denim 

Our drive to innovate has led us to design three new eco-recycled yarns that challenge the standards of sustainability in textiles. 


To create these yarns, we combine post-consumer denim leftovers from our upcycled collections with other cellulosic fibers such as Kapok, hemp or Lenzing refibra.




Circular knitted fabric Infinit Denim

25% post-consumer recycled denim
75% ecovero

H2O savings : 787.6 Liters per meter of fabric

CO2 saving: 12.7 kg per meter of fabric




Infinit Denim twill weave flat weave

25% post-consumer recycled denim
75% ecovero

H2O savings : 787.6 Liters per meter of fabric

CO2 saving: 12.7 kg per meter of fabric




Infinit Denim fabric

25% recycled fibers from post-consumer denim, 25% hemp and 50% REFIBRA

H2O savings : 3712.6 Liters per meter of fabric

CO2 saving: 18.5 kg per meter of fabric




Kapok Infinit Denim Yarn

10% recycled fibers from post-consumer denim, 20% kapok, 70% REFIBRA

H2O saving: 4860.05 liters per meter of fabric

CO2 savings: 14.23kg per meter of fabric


Refiber is the result of a pioneering technology that involves recycling a substantial proportion of pre-consumer cotton waste with wood pulp, where the raw material is transformed to produce new virgin TENCEL™ Lyocell fibers. The refiber yarn has been used to produce flat knitted fabric for lighter weight summer garments and for garments created with circular knitting.


Ecovero is the basic component of our flat twill fabric and with which we create all the gray and colored garments in the collection. It is a type of viscose made from sustainable wood from controlled sources with European certification. It is made in Austria and more than 60% of the trees used for the fabric come from Germany or Austria, thus reducing emissions associated with transportation. In addition, almost all chemicals used in the production of this fabric are reused and are reused in the production of the fabric. uses 50% less water compared to traditional viscose manufacturing.


Kapok is obtained from a tree whose fruits contain soft, light and silky fibers that look like cotton but by their nature do not need fertilizers or irrigation. Despite being grown far away from Spain, it is a material with a minimal environmental footprint in its production, making it impossible to balance with other fibers grown closer to home. In addition, Kapok is a type of cellulosic fiber making it easy to recycle with cotton or Ecovero at the end of its life cycle.

Kapok's Infinit denim yarn is a blend of Kapok with post-consumer denim and has been used in garments where softness and lightness are sought after, such as tricot garments.

Organic cotton

Non-organic "conventional" cotton accounts for almost half of the fiber used in the textile industry, but this cotton has major environmental impacts.
Unlike conventional cotton, organic cotton is grown with natural seeds, without the use of pesticides or harmful chemicals and ensuring decent working conditions. Its production promotes and enhances biodiversity and the biological cycles of cotton.
Uses approximately 91% less water.
2. Uses 62% less energy and produces 46% less greenhouse gases.
3. It does not use toxic chemicals and this reduces water pollution.
4. The fibers are stronger so the products last longer.
5. Typically, it is harvested in a manner that is safe, and workers are paid a fair wage.

Recycled Zamak


Our buttons are either screw-on or sewn on in order to facilitate the recyclability of the garment at the end of its useful life. The material they are made of is recycled Zamak.


This is not only good because it saves waste, but it also saves energy and resources by reducing the need to mine and process zinc, aluminum, magnesium, and copper. We made the decision to use sustainable, bolt-on buttons because it allows every part of our jeans to be truly circular.

Accessory lining fabrics


The fabrics used for the interior of our accessories are leftover remnants from shirting textile mills working in the territory of Catalonia, Spain.


These fabrics are 100% cotton and because they are recycled, no two bags have the same lining.

Laptop cover fabrics

For the interiors of our laptop and tablet sleeves we use three-dimensional technical fabrics from the testing of companies producing these fabrics. The testing scraps are delivered to us on a quarterly basis and become the interiors of our cases that require further protection.

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