Nonetheless: Bike-Friendly “Cradle to Cradle” Menswear Made in Chicago

by , 03/27/12   filed under: Featured, Men's Eco-Fashion

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Nonetheless is more than the sum of its good looks. Its fabrics include blends of wool and recycled plastic bottles, repurposed offcuts, and domestically made Polartec NeoShell that marry the best of water-resistance, odor control, and breathability, so you can climb off your bike and walk into a meeting looking put-together.

Nonetheless marries the best of water-resistance and breathability, so you can climb off your bike and look put-together.

Shirts aren’t just shirts—they include patent-pending underarm ventilation systems with gussets for ease of movement. Pants include deep pocket bags for storage, gusseted crotches, and extra-grippy waistbands for less slippage. Nothing is overly precious; all pieces can be tossed into the washing machine to rid it of any urban grime.

And if you ever outgrow your garment, Nonetheless will accept any gently used item in exchange for a discount on your next purchase. (Anything in a battered condition is resold or recycled.) Nonetheless designs are built for longevity, low-impact use, and landfill avoidance. We like.

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