OUR COMMITMENT TO SUSTAINABILITY

INHALA uses highly innovative eco-friendly materials through all its value chain, from the highest quality of regenerated nylon to rich Peruvian fair-trade organic cotton.
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Our fabric selection, production, labeling, and packaging are consciously made to preserve our life gifted planet and minimize waste.
In our commitment to a conscious production, we trace our supply chain in full to ensure that we have a positive impact on society and the environment.
We are always looking for new ideas to support our mission. We followed a zero-waste and no-plastic commitment and all our collection have zero-elastic designs!
We use 100% recycled & reusable packaging as well as home compostable garment bags.
$1 Plant-a-tree initiative at check-out
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Our Materials
ECONYL® Regeneration System & EVO 6.6
Our nylon comes mainly from disposed plastic and abandoned fishing nets which are then transformed into first-grade nylon yarn.
This process closes the endless loop of bringing responsible products to life, over again.
PERUVIAN FAIR TRADE ORGANIC COTTON
Our organic cotton not only brings exceptional quality and respects the environment but also sponsors the education and preservation of our local communities. Safer for you, our society and the environment.
'WHERE SOME SEE TRASH OTHERS SEE TREASURE'
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Our creations will enhance mind, body and soul rhythms.
We are here now, to give back to this beautiful planet by opening our hearts and minds to creativity in all its forms.
As we live, Mother Nature lives in us, so let's live up to the gift.
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DID YOU KNOW?

One of the largest contributors to microplastic pollution are microfibres. Leaked directly into our waterways from our washing machines. This obsession with synthetics is having a toll on the ocean. Studies show that an estimated 1 million fibres are released from only one wash of your polyester fleece, and that a city of 100.000 citizens will release microfibres worth 15,000 plastic bags a day.

The Solution?

Pop your clothes in the Guppyfriend bag prior to washing. The bag will trap about 85% of microfibres.
To date it is the only successful solution to this global problem.

NAMASTE!