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Eagles Nest uses Repreve recycled fibre for Billow Air Lounge
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Aug '16
Supplier of outdoor accessories Eagles Nest Outfitters has used Repreve, Unifi's recycled fibre to launch the Eno Billow Air Lounge, the only inflatable lounger made with recycled plastic water bottles.

Key features of the lounger include triple-stitched nylon and dual-layer construction for enhanced durability.

The Billow Air Lounge is portable and intelligently constructed and comes with a custom carrying case and stakes, and when not in use, packs to a conveniently small size of less than 30 inches long.

Lane Nakaji, general manager of Eagles Nest Outfitters said, "With the new Billow Air Lounge, we are providing individuals with a comfortable relaxation option for enjoying the outdoors.”

“We take it one step further by utilising eco-friendly materials like Repreve that also honour the environment that they love," Nakaji added.

Since the introduction of Repreve, Unifi has recycled and transformed more than four billion plastic bottles into Repreve-based products. (AR)

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