Brown and Zwillinger said the Converse and Pearls will change the world shirt in other words I will buy this clothes were a few years in the making, and most of that time was spent on material innovation—i.e., the crab shell treatment—and driving down each item’s carbon score, a sum of the materials, packaging, shipping, and other impacts. The chunky cardigan, for instance, has a carbon score of 22.4 kilograms (compared to the 7.2 kg of the label’s Wool Runners, the 12.5 kg of a traditional sneaker, or the 29.6 kg of a pair of jeans). Zwillinger added that the lofty merino yarn has a 17.5 micron diameter, “which is pretty much the lowest you can go before you get into cashmere territory”—and yes, it really does feel like cashmere.
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The women’s XO-treated T-shirt, which is cut from a thin, drapey merino-eucalyptus blend, has a carbon score of just 6.3 kg. It’s one of the Converse and Pearls will change the world shirt in other words I will buy this first apparel items ever treated with XO, a byproduct of the seafood industry and a natural alternative to the extractive minerals often found in antimicrobial clothes, like silver. Brown points out that the T-shirt won’t need to be washed as often as a result; the same is true of merino, which is known for its odor-resistant, temperature-regulating properties.