Abigail Doan

SUSTAINABLE STYLE: Nau Organic Cotton Jeans for Guys

by , 04/06/08

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Whether you are the kind of guy who sports jeans on a skateboard or for meetings in a boardroom, Nau‘s latest spring 2008 jeans collection will help you to get completely ramped up in sustainable style. Their 100% organic cotton denim line is awesomely form-fitting and tinted with indigo-dyed fabric to create a clean look no matter how deep you are in the dirt of environmental matters. Boys can be ‘loose but not slutty’ as well with these blue (green) threads that offer high quality, eco-friendly denim ‘without the (toxic) extras’.


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Made from 100% organic cotton denim with a lightly rinsed (almost raw) denim fabric, these are jeans that are as easy to care for as they are to care about. Nau recommends washing them in cold water and line-drying, folks, so the household impact is even less. The ‘Lean Jean’ has a slightly tapered leg with button-fly front and dark-forged, nickel-free hardware at stress points for material fatigue. For a looser more slackerish fit, try Nau’s ‘Loose But Not Slutty Jean’ made from 100% organic cotton denim in shades of a lighter 7pm or darker 10pm denim. Wide belt loops with straight leg offer a clean and more relaxed look.

Nau has a stringent ‘Code of Conduct’ and a partnership with the third-party monitoring organization Verité in order to ensure the welfare of workers in their partner factories. 5% of the purchase price goes to one of their non-profit partners, which you get to choose.

Nau Men’s ‘Lean Jeans’, $138 with a current free shipping offer

Nau Men’s ‘Loose But Not Slutty Jean’, $148 with a current free shipping offer

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  1. Carmen Lucero January 22, 2009 at 8:43 am

    What a great site! I have been contemplating on opening a jean shop that carries only American brands here in Italy where i live. However, while having an eye for fashion, it would also be interesting to not only to offer great styles in American Jeans but with an enviromental approach. That is, perhap offering discounts to customers who turn in their old jeans to recycle them. Hope to get some information regarding eco solutions for every form of business!

  2. simon seasons April 7, 2008 at 6:52 pm

    Cotton is not sustainable. Organic or not, cotton is one of the most water greedy agricultural crops and in the world and in Australia, it has vastly dispropotionately, compared to other crops, contributed to the destruction of our river systems. Industrial hemp on the other hand can be grown on degraded land, uses little water and with todays available technology for processing it can be made into a fibre near the equal in versatility to cotton and definitely surpassing cotton in durability. In it’s industrial applications, it’s versatility far surpasses the simple clothing needs of humanity in that the oil from it’s seeds can make a plastic that is stronger than that from fossilised oils and indeed can replace stacks of applications for which crude oil is currnently considered essential when in fact it isn’t. Cotton contributes to the destruction of the planet, organic or not. Hemp on the other hand will contribute to saving the planet, if people use it.

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