Rodas Slim Fit is the first design of this humble Sustainable Denim Brand that produces locally since 2014. This model is his most blue and sustainable brother. With a mid-weight 12.75 oz denim. woven by Candini using the patented SAVEtheWATER and Kitotex technologies, whose main ingredient comes from renewable vegetable elements found in nature such as mushrooms and algae. Thanks to that, the consumption of water, chemicals and energy (CO2) in the production process is drastically reduced, in addition, its elastane is recycled!
It’s intact denim fabric after dyeing: it has not been handled with water, chemicals or machinery. Only sanforized for pre-shrinking.
Low starting stiffness and medium indigo tone thanks to the exclusive SAVEtheWATER-Kitotex technology from Candiani, Milan. GOTS certificate.
Medium blue resulting from N-denim technology, in which nitrogen accelerates indigo penetration into the yarns. Save up to 33% water and 50% consumption of chemicals.
Pocket bags without dyeing.
Certificates with GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard).
Supreme stretch made possible by the combination of recycled elastomer, a sustainable recycled nylon fibre obtained exclusively from regenerated raw materials. This makes them our most eco-friendly jeans. GRS and GOTS certificate.
Recycled zipper tape
Recycled polyester zipper tape coming from 100% post consumer Pet bottles sourced. Uses a mechanical process to transform (without the use of chemicals and saving lot of energy, water and CO2 emissions) entirely in Italy.
Sustainable Denim Brand Xiro
Local manufacturing allows us to state with certainty that our clothes are sewn in decent working conditions.
The workshop where we manufacture is located in a rural environment a few kms from Santiago de Compostela, where the pilgrimage of the famous Camino ends. This makes it easier for us to visit it regularly and we always have the feeling of being at home.
We can enter and see for ourselves the development, speak directly with the person responsible for each process when something needs to be modified or a setback originates.
When TV cameras have wanted to illustrate some of our terrible interventions, they have been able to record every corner of the textile workshop (something unthinkable in other factories, including our surroundings, which have restricted or directly prohibited access).