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Brushed fleece 280

7 colours

312 - Black
312 - Black
360 - Grey melange
360 - Grey melange
348 - Charcoal melange
348 - Charcoal melange
104 - Off-white
104 - Off-white
701 - Lilak
701 - Lilak
319 - French navy
319 - French navy
268 - Khaki
268 - Khaki


85% combed organic cotton - In conversion - 15% recycled polyester

360 Grey melange: 82 % Organic cotton / 13 % recycled polyester / 5 % viscose

348 Charcoal melange: 70 % Organic cotton / 30 % recycled polyester


2 Italian pockets
1 back patch pocket
2x2 ribbed waist and bottom legs
Round drawstring at waist with tone-on-tone stoppers

7 sizes

Size guide

Size guide

7 available sizes



Weight per carton : 10 kg
Carton size : 54 x 40 x 25 cm
Per carton : 20
By polybag : 20
Sachet sale : 1
  • EssentialEssential
  • UnisexUnisex



  • Global organic textile standard
  • PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals)
  • Recycled polyester : this symbol applies to all our models containing up to 50% recycled polyester.
  • OEKO-TEX® STANDARD 100  - CQ 1094/1 IFTH
  • HIGG INDEX: tools for the standardized measurement of value chain sustainability

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Which customisation technique for this product?

  • Embroidery : This technique is generally used for personalisations that aim for a high-end finish. This technique is the most resistant to washing and use. The embroidery can be applied directly to the product or through embroidered patches. It can be done with thickness effects (with foam) or through patches that will then be affixed to the final product, allowing for variations in materials.
  • Flex : It is the recommended marking technique for small and medium-sized series. There are several aspects: smooth, velvet, fluorescent, glitter, gold and silver. These are iron-on vinyls that are cut and glued by hot pressing. They are very well suited to a wide range of materials and substrates.
  • Screen Printing : The most widely used technique. It consists, by the stencil method, of depositing the ink directly on the product. There are as many screens and passages as there are colours in the motif to be reproduced and all colours can be achieved. This technique makes it possible to produce very large quantities. It allows the use of inks with various effects for very different renderings and is adapted to almost all textile supports. The marking of coloured substrates requires an opacifying undercoat called « background white ».
  • Transfert : The right technique for all materials. It is recommended for luggage, heavy garments, difficult to access surfaces. It consists of transferring the marking from a paper support to the garment by hot gluing. The marking by gluing brings rigidity to light supports at the level of the marking zone, nevertheless, the product keeps all its qualities of comfort.

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