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Mantra makes EverywhereWear recycled versatile polos

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Sep '19
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Mantra has launched new category of apparel named EverywhereWear, a line of versatile polos born from recycled plastic bottles and built to go everywhere. The brand, whose product is available online at www.madebymantra.co, created the highly versatile gear because of its commitment to the planet. Mantra creates premium gear in the US, at reasonable prices.

The gear is made from repurposed plastic bottles, 7-10 bottles per shirt depending on size, and was designed to save men from having to dress down in the name of comfort. The polos, which retail for $88 and feature prints inspired by nature, also raise money for non-profits that protect and conserve the environment through a 1 per cent for the planet commitment. For example, 1 per cent of sales on The Palm polo support Rainforest Alliance’s work to protect the Amazon from unsustainable exploitation, according to a press release by the company.

“By combining the comfort and utility of stretchy performance fabrics with designer style, we’ve created the perfect gear for the city, outdoors, and everywhere in-between. Work, golf, tennis, biking, travel, or happy hour; our polos are good for it all,” Dominic Natalizio, founder and CEO of Mantra said.

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