Polyamide is almost infinitely recyclable. It can be recycled, recreated, remolded, and become brand new again to create new products without having to use new resources.
Recycled polyamide is a material that has been recycled from waste. The raw material source for recycled polyamide can be old fishing nets and carpets, and also waste from manufacturing industry.
SO WHY IS NOT ALL LACE UNDERWEAR MADE OF RECYCLED FIBERS?
Unfortunately, recycling is a costly process. Synthetic fabrics like polyester, polyamide, and acrylic are often used in clothing because they are cheap. Recycled polyamide is more expensive to produce than virgin polyamide material.
'Econyl' is one popular brand of recycled polyamide. It's made of regenerated fibers from post-consumer plastics, carpet flooring, fishing nets, and other industrial wastes.
So you can rest assured, that when you choose one of our lace styles, you will be getting the best alternative out there, when it comes to sustainably produced lace. All our lace fibers are from 'Econyl' and combined with natural, breathable materials such as modal.