OOPs mate, that looks savage! Bloody hell what kind of paper cut was that?
This finger related design was made famous on Skins TV series 4! Worn by Naomi in that infamous lesbian boob squeeze moment.
A classic Conquer Gear design from the past is back again to delight and disgust in equal measure.
Original illustration for Conquer Gear ® by Tomoya Hiramatsu.
Women's ecovero™ vest
Jersey 4.57 oz / 150 g
70% EcoVero™ Viscose 30% Organic Cotton
* A soft fabric made from nature. It feels more natural than your soft quilted toilet tissue that you use to wipe your ass.
* Wood and pulp that comes from sustainably managed forests and plantations with PEFC certification.
* 50% Reduction of CO2 emissions compared to conventional Viscose.
* Compostable and biodegradable eco-fabric. So even after its lifecycle is over it won't screw up the world.
* Transparency throughout the supply chain, award-winning accreditations.
* EU Ecolabel.
Eco-Vero is made from certified renewable wood sources using an eco-responsible production process. It feels comfier than your soft quilted toilet tissue that you use to wipe your ass; no matter the weather it is used for it feels special.
Environmental standards are moving on; ECOVERO™ fibres are part of modern sustainable living. This fabric is contributing to a cleaner environment, even after the lifecycle of your garment is RIP.
Eco-Vero fibre is compostable and biodegradable, and this is so it can return to nature when garments are no longer wearable. Have you have grown a potbelly since you bought your shirt? (To donate to charity if it's in good condition, way better then landfill as the first port of call.)
An environmentally-friendly closed-loop production process transforms FSC wood pulp into a cellulosic fibre with high energy efficiency. The manufacturing has 50% lower emissions and water impact compared to generic Viscose.
EU Ecolabel: This label of environmental excellence only awarded to products and services, which have a significantly lower environmental impact throughout their lifecycle. From raw material extraction to production, distribution and disposal.
Fair Wear Foundation - made this way for peace of mind in manufacturing. With ethical trade practices and justice for workers, human rights are maintained throughout the garment production process. From start to finish we don't want to make a garment covered in tears, no matter how rebellious our images are!
Illustrated by artists, ethically produced!