By Lois Alter Mark

10 recycled products you need to add to your closet

They say that one person’s trash is another person’s treasure. Here are 10 brands that have turned trash into must-haves to fill your closet.

Teca Mira Windbreaker from Cotopaxi

This unisex jacket is made from repurposed fabric left over from other companies’ production runs, making each colorway a limited edition. Photo courtesy of Cotopaxi

Carry-On Closet 2.0 from SOLGAARD

All SOLGAARD suitcases and bags feature a sustainable interior lining made from recycled ocean-bound plastics. Photo courtesy of Solgaard

Evolution Hoodie from Coalatree

Made from recycled coffee grounds and recycled plastic bottles, this unisex hoodie is so soft, it feels like a security blanket. Photo courtesy of Coalatree

ACE Active Chic Eco Tote Bag

This gorgeous bag is made from recycled fishing nets and other nylon waste. Photo courtesy of ACE Active Chic Eco

Socks from swaggr

Every pair of socks from swaggr contains at least two recycled plastic bottles, so you are literally taking a step in the right direction. Photo courtesy of swaggr

Catchall from Rothy's

The shoe brand Rothy’s is now making these Catchall totes from ocean-bound marine plastic – and they’re equally as miraculous as the shoes. Photo courtesy of Rothy's

NanoLoft Puffy Blanket from Rumpl

The recycled insulation in this cushy indoor/outdoor blanket has already saved more than six million plastic bottles. Photo courtesy of Rumpl

Albula Jacket and HS Pants from Mammut

Made from 100% recycled polyester, this rain gear reduces the waste mountain so you can hike up real ones. Photo courtesy of Mammut

XL Classic Stripe Eco Collection from Sand Cloud

This special collection gives you a stack of Sand Cloud’s bestsellers, made from recycled cotton and polyester combined with Turkish cotton. Photo courtesy of Sand Cloud

Catalina Deluxe from Lo & Sons

A good-looking weekender is a travel essential, and this one is made from recycled plastic bottles. Photo courtesy of Lo & Sons



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