Levi’s is using a new process which significantly reduces the amount of water used in the production of their jeans. They’re calling it the Water<Less Collection. “The average pair of jeans uses 42 litres of water in the finishing process. The Water<Less collection reduces the water consumption by an average of 28% and up to 96% for some new products in the line.” It’s a fitting change in production and fabrication. To celebrate the Water<Less method, Levi’s is also launching a limited line of “made in the U.S.A.” selvedge jeans and trucker jackets. The original 501, 505, and 511 models are available in “authentic” Water<Less finishes.
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