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Swedish Stockings

Nina Fishbone tights | black

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Fair & Nachhaltig

+ Recycled materials
+ Made in Italy (all producers offer ethical working conditions and wages according to the National Labor Contract for Textile Industry)

Swedish Stockings

Swedish Stockings was founded in 2013 by Linn Frisinger and Nadja Forsberg. They found the inspiration for the company idea in the fact that 2 billion tights are produced every year and end up in the trash after wearing them a few times. The reason for this is, among other things, the cheap nylon yarn, which is used for production, does not last long and is also made from petroleum. 
Swedish Stockings primarily uses recycled materials for production and wants to set an example of innovation with its environmentally conscious products. All factories advocate ecological alternatives by dyeing in an environmentally friendly way, cleaning the water after use and using mostly solar energy for production. 
They produce beautiful tights and socks that have been carefully designed and manufactured.


Der Versand erfolgt innert 1-3 Werktagen.

Für die Schweiz und Liechtenstein bieten wir kostenlosen Versand an, womit die Lieferung innerhalb 2-5 Werktagen erfolgt. Für einen Aufpreis von CHF 5.00 senden wir das Paket per A-Post und liefern innert 1-3 Werktagen.

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+ Recycled materials
+ Ethical production in Italy

The Nina Tights are 40 denier with a fine herringbone pattern, which is made from Nilit® Ecocare recycled yarn. Thanks to a wide waist band, it ensures the ultimate in comfort. The tights are also provided with a reinforced toe area.

Material: 93% recycled polyamide, 7% elastane

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