Mammut has launched its first range of products made from leftover fabrics in the aim of raising awareness of production waste.
The brand is utilising leftover fabrics from its production processes to create t-shirts in bright colours. Mammut is hoping to draw attention to the production waste issue in a transparent manner, which in turn also counteracts the wastage of high-quality resources.
The manufacturer has stated that is plans to expand the project’s scope in the future and will be adding further products to its Leftover Collection.
“We want to address the increasing, global waste problem in a transparent way and present a solution as a company. We’ve created something totally unique with these colourful t-shirts made from our leftovers. And these are just the first of a new range of products, which will be produced using material remainders,” commented Adrian Huber, Head of Corporate Responsibility at Mammut Sports Group AG.
The Leftover Project forms part of Mammut’s WE CARE Strategy, which aims to minimise the environmental footprint of its production processes and products in order to protect natural resources. Mammut is counteracting the waste of resources by using leftover fabric to produce high-quality products, starting with a range t-shirts.
The Leftover Collection will be expanded in the future to include products such as mid-layer jackets and bags. This enables Mammut to utilise high-quality resources in a meaningful way – completely in line with the “Waste no Waste” concept.