Hoodie ALGA "Grisha

LEGNA-ALGA | Made of wood, seaweed & cotton

The popular ALGA hoodie is now available exclusively in a strictly limited "Grischa" edition.
The ALGA fabric innovation transforms nature into a textile by processing wood pulp and algae powder together. Cotton provides additional robustness. The result is a resource-saving hooded sweater that is incomparably soft and comfortable.

  • Maximum wearing comfort thanks to fibers made of wood and algae
  • Roughened surface for extra softness and a special look
  • Resource-saving materials - bio-based and biodegradable
  • Designed for the circular economy
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Sale priceCHF 189.00
Colour: Black
Size: S

Engineered for the circular economy

Made in EU

Handmade in Portugal


Delivery within 1-3 working days

Comfort through wood & algae

Experience the unique softness and comfort of the most innovative materials.

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Next level comfort

The bio-based wood fibers give the fabric great breathability, an incomparable softness and an elegant shine. Wood fibers are very well suited for sensitive skin and the fabric also has an odor-inhibiting effect and is ideal for temperature regulation.

Impact Assessment

Understanding the true value of our clothes is fundamental to what we do. The more we know, the better decisions we can make. And the faster we can develop ourselves and our products. The Muntagnard Impact Assessment (MIA) is a simplified representation so that you can better understand and classify our products from a sustainable perspective. We want to reduce the complexity of sustainability to the aspects that are most relevant to us and communicate it as simply as possible.

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    Eric S
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    Rated 5 stars
    Feel-good sweater

    I feel very comfortable in it.

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