Recycled Wool Baseball Cap Ted
The baseball hat Ted is made from recycled wool cloth. Ted is a handcrafted hat made with sustainable and quality materials.
- Six wedges
- Recycled jersey linen
- Internal recycled jeans ribbon reinforcement
COMPOSITION: 65% recycled wool, 30% recycled polyamide, 5% recycled polyester.
WASHING: To take care of the Rifò recycled hat, we recommend you to choose a professional dry laundry cleaning.
This hat was made in Lucca in Tiziana's lab. The carded cloth fabric is recycled from industrial production waste, woven in Prato and it is Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certified.
For every purchase on our online shop, we will donate 2€ to the social impact project Nei nostri panni, cenciaiolis to be, which aims to create a school for ragmen, the artisans of textile recycling. Every donation will support the training of young people coming from the local immigrant reception centres.
Free standard shipping in 3-5 days for all orders over 150€ for EU countries. Size change and free returns within 60 days. For shipping times and costs see our table. You can choose Repack, the reusable packaging.
LOVE LASTS WARRANTY: All Rifò garments are handcrafted with passion, respecting high quality standards. If you ever find some manufacturing imperfection in Rifò products, we will repair them and return them to you as new. For more information visit this page.
The baseball cap Ted, made with recycled wool
We played with an unusual material for a baseball cap. Thus was born Ted, an elegant and sophisticated woolen cloth cap, but sporty at the same time.
How it was made
The recycled wool bucket hat is made from pre-consumer industrial waste selected by color, transformed into a new fiber and carded. From here a new wool cloth can be woven. It is necessary to add some polyamide recycled from old fishing nets, in order to reinforce the fibers, stressed by the regeneration of the old fabric.
Thanks to the selection by color of industrial wool waste, the production of this recycled cloth can save a lot of water and chemicals, which are necessary for a new color.