Recover Long Sleeve Sport T-Shirt

Customizable
Large Bulk Ready
Long Sleeve Sport T-Shirt
Long Sleeve Sport T-Shirt
Long Sleeve Sport T-Shirt
Long Sleeve Sport T-Shirt

Recover Long Sleeve Sport T-Shirt

Customizable
Large Bulk Ready

Recover's Long Sleeve Sport T-Shirt is about to become your new go-to. Made from 100% recycled PET content, the material is tough, just like you! From the trails to the gym, this shirt's tagless design will stay out of your way.
Also available in sizes XS, 2XL, and 3XL.

Color: Seafoam Seafoam
Size: S S
Decoration: Undecorated
Decoration Methods
Embroider

For that classic look, embroidery provides a high-quality elevated design that is best for clothing or bags. Simple one-color logos look best with embroidery.

Screenprint

A classic decoration method, screenprinting is a cost-effective and bulk-friendly way of adding even complex graphics, images, or logos onto apparel and fabric items.

Undecorated

Minimum order quantity of 36 to embroider

Total Quantity in Units
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Earth-Friendly Features

  • Recover utilizes recycled PET in their sports clothing
  • Each shirt saves at least 8 plastic bottles from entering the landfill
  • Recover's shirts emit 35% less greenhouse gas emissions, use 66% less energy, and 55% less water to create than an average t-shirt

Materials

  • 100% Recycled Content. 100% post-consumer PET

Packaging

  • Ships in packaging that can be recycled or composted

Origin

  • Made in Guatemala

End of Life

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This company partners with 1% for the Planet, a nonprofit organization that helps promote environmental stewardship. Members commit to donating at least 1% of their sales to the program, which helps connect them to high-impact environmental nonprofits across the globe.

Recycled Content
Recycling is the process of taking an otherwise-discarded item or material and cleaning, sorting, and breaking it down into its basic form (such as fibers or pellets). This material is then used to produce new items. Recycling keeps useful materials from being discarded in landfills, prevents resource extraction due to the creation of new materials, and provides a new life for used items. Recycling can utilize both pre-consumer waste (materials left over from production) or post-consumer materials (used clothing, empty water bottles, etc).

Recycled PET Fabric
Recycling is the process of taking an otherwise-discarded item or material and cleaning, sorting, and breaking it down into its basic form (such as fibers or pellets). This material is then used to produce new items. Recycling keeps useful materials from being discarded in landfills, prevents resource extraction due to the creation of new materials, and provides a new life for used items. Recycling can utilize both pre-consumer waste (materials left over from production) or post-consumer materials (used clothing, empty water bottles, etc). Recycled PET utilizes salvaged post-industrial PET scraps and post-consumer products such as water bottles and other plastic containers. These plastics are dried, crushed, and spun into yarn in order to create recycled PET fabric, or polyester. By providing a use for recycled plastics, companies encourage recycling programs worldwide, while adding new value to discarded items. Currently, over half of virgin PET production goes towards making textiles, so by utilizing recycled PET, post-consumer materials are both diverting waste while taking the place of raw materials. This helps to reduce the demand for the extraction of oil, as well as energy used to produce new synthetic fibers.