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Champion's Sustainable Streetwear Collection

Updated : 15-Oct-2020


Champion Australia has announced a recycled range,Rebound, a sustainable streetwear made from forty-five percent pre-consumer recycled cotton. The range includes wardrobe staples like tees, hoodies, bucket hats and more

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Sustainability Benefits

- The process aims to reduce water usage by 50% and energy consumption by 40%


- The durable and shrink-resistant material is composed of 45% pre-consumer recycled cotton, typically discarded in production.

End user sector

  • Textile Material Manufacturers and Producers
  • Fashion Design Studios and Agencies
  • Sustainable Textile Production Facilities
  • Activewear and Atheleisure Manufacturers

How does this work?

  • Rescue waste - Re:bound reclaims the excess fabric discarded during production.
  • Recycle - The fabric is blended with virgin cotton to make new yarn
  • Rope Dye - The yarn is then dipped into indigo baths to create a denim wash.

About the Company

Established in 1919, Champion has pioneerd athletic wear and many active wear staples such as reverse weave sweatshirts, cotton football jerseys, hooded sweats, reversible tees, breathable mesh shorts, supportive jogging bra, etc. The brand is also committed to reducing their environmental footprint and are working to use less power and water, reduce carbon emissions and focus on renewable resources. They also have an established industry-leading ethical sourcing program which has been in place for more than 20 years.

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  • Production professionals
  • Textile industry sustainability professionals
  • Value chain components

    • Apparel or accessories

    Product Category

    • Headwear
    • Men's wear
    • Shirts, coats, jackets


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