Tasi Travels

Charcoal Vagabond Jumpsuit

Cruelty-Free Handmade Natural Sustainable Vegan Waste Not | Want Not

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Ethical Summer dressing at its best! The Charcoal Vagabond Jumpsuit from Tasi Travels can be dressed up or down. Featuring deep pockets, timber buttons and a cropped leg, it will easily take you from day to night. Handmade in Australia from a Tencel and Hemp blend, it's soft and breathable and perfect for any adventure.

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Also available in White.

materials

The Vagabond Jumpsuit is made from a blend of Tencel and Hemp.

Tencel is part of the Lyocell family and one of the most environmentally friendly fabrics available. Tencel is regenerated from sustainably-grown wood cellulose and all of the chemicals used in its production are non-toxic. The cellulose is treated in a closed-loop system, which means no waste is produced and the solvents are recycled with a recovery rate of 99.5%. The plant in which Tencel is produced is run on 100% recovered energy from solid waste. 

Tencel is more absorbent than cotton, softer than silk and cooler than linen, making it perfect for travel.

Tencel will also completely biodegrade in six weeks when composed correctly, so that any fabric scraps are decomposed naturally.

Hemp has a long history of use as a fibre, having been cultivated for thousands of years. The fibre produced from pure hemp is similar to linen in texture and has various natural advantages, such as keeping you warm in winter, cool in summer, and even providing protection from UV rays.

A densely growing plant, hemp literally chokes out any competing plants, meaning harsh chemical herbicides aren't necessary. It also naturally reduces pests, so no pesticides are needed. Amazingly, it also returns 60 to 70% of the nutrients it takes from the soil.

Not only is hemp gentle on the earth, it also requires very little water, particularly when compared to cotton. Hemp also requires a relatively small amount of land to cultivate.

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The entire Tasi Travels collection is designed and produced in Australia. All pieces are handmade to order.

Cruelty-Free, Ethically Made, Handmade, Natural, Sustainable, Vegan

shipping + delivery

All Tasi Travels garments are handmade and the designer deliberately doesn't sit on excess stock, which means that sometimes pieces will be made to order. Please allow up to 3 business days after order confirmation for your order to be shipped.

A delivery fee may apply. If so, it will be calculated at checkout.

Parcel tracking will be provided upon dispatch.

returns

Unfortunately, Tasi Travels does not offer change-of-mind refunds, so please choose carefully.

If you receive your item and the sizing is incorrect, please contact us within 3 days of receipt to arrange an exchange.

#wastenotwantnot

This item is eligible for return under our Waste not, Want not program. For more information on the program, and its T&Cs, please see our WNWN page.

Materials: Kowtow

Organic cotton is grown using methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment. It is grown without the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and synthetic fertilizers, and the use of genetically-engineered seed is prohibited.

Fairtrade certification

All Kowtow cotton is certified by Fairtrade Labelling Organisations International (FLO). Fairtrade empowers farmers to negotiate with buyers to secure better prices for their cotton. Every season, certified farmer groups receive a premium to be spent on community projects such as medical costs, irrigation schemes to conserve rainwater, books and clothes for school children, farmer education, training and upgrades.

Kowtow's cotton is organically farmed and free from genetically modified seeds to benefit the soil, cotton and farmers. Crops are rain-fed and hand-picked. Organic farming is achieved through companion planting, crop rotations and on-site green waste composting to eliminate the use of chemicals harmful to farmers and their families. Cotton is a sustainable, recyclable and biodegradable fiber.

Sustainable trims

Kowtow only uses sustainably sourced trims. The label's buttons are made in Italy from recycled hemp. Its denim tacks and sliders are nickel-free and made in a SA8000-certified factory in Germany. They are tested by OEKO-TEX for harmful substances and come under the Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) and ISO 14000 environmental management standard.

GOTS-approved printing, dyeing & washing

Kowtow's prints and fabrics use Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) approved inks and dyes, which are free from chlorine bleach, toxic heavy metals, formaldehyde and aromatic solvents. The brand only uses GOTS-approved washes for its garments, from lightweight jersey to denim. GOTS ensures sustainable use and treatment of water used in these processes.