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HAND-LOOMED DENIM!!!!

Natural indigo dyed organic cotton and its saving lives in india! plus it's assembled in the US!

 

a company called Industry of All Nations sells these.... pretty unbeliveable!


Edited by 4characters - 6/6/13 at 5:01pm
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It is not. This is such a stupid discussion. Why would anyone care about if the cotton was GM or not? The only question about cotton is the quality of it.
post #48 of 255
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Why would anyone care about if the cotton was GM or not?

A very good quesion, I encorage all interested readers to research this topic. I don't plan on making anyone care, caring comes from within, but I am hear for people who care.

 

I am including links and important information throughout this thread that should help.

so far it looks like the good quality cotton companies don't use GM cotton.... I'm still working on that...

I'll update this as it evolves.


Edited by 4characters - 6/6/13 at 5:04pm
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on tommenc

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my N&F organic natural indigo jeans came today!

 

The recycled leather tag literaly fell off when I soaked them... but they are realy nice denim! I'll try to post some pictures! =)

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my N&F organic natural indigo jeans came today! I don't think I like them! I think I will get a pair of those hand loomed indian jeans next time...

 

-fit is good

-cotton seems ok

-built ok

-stitching is allright

 

but dosen't blow my mind.....

 

Update: they are acutually pretty nice, I think that they are very nice for there price range.

I would recomend them to a friend...


Edited by 4characters - 6/8/13 at 3:29pm
post #52 of 255
The fuck? A one man thread -- amazing.
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I try to update my thread regularly....lurker[1].gif

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4characters, remember, you are genetically modified too. You are .00001% cockroach if you are eating GMO vegetables, and under the law, a cockroach is not a human being, and therefore not privy to the rights and freedoms of a human being. Just trying to help smile.gif
post #55 of 255

http://www.jungmaven.com

For T's and hoodies 

 

Not only do they use organic cotton, it's also blended with hemp so a lot less water is required per garment 

post #56 of 255
Can anyone send me a list of companies who only use 100% authentic genetically modified cotton? Thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted by 4characters View Post

It's best that you look it up, this is not going to be a GM debate forum.

If you do look it up, Try to look on .org websites
.com websites can sometimes be misleading on sutch issues

well I'll be. I'm convinced. How about .net websites?
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Originally Posted by Man Of Lint View Post

4characters, remember, you are genetically modified too. You are .00001% cockroach if you are eating GMO vegetables, and under the law, a cockroach is not a human being, and therefore not privy to the rights and freedoms of a human being. Just trying to help smile.gif

thank you very much for trying to help! you are right I am a gmo, but I have recently learned how to stop eating GMOs and I have stopped all of my GM food consumption. hopefully I can wash out all the old GMO me with my favorate natural foods. I would write more about it, but I can't in this forum, it being for clothing and style...

 

hear is a good consumer websites that does cotton and food:

Institute of Responsible Technology

 

and an interesting 30 minute documentey about the wonders of natural seed: Seeds Of Freedom


Edited by 4characters - 6/8/13 at 1:52pm
post #59 of 255
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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post


well I'll be. I'm convinced. How about .net websites?

Very good question

Yea, they should be fine..

 

Remember, what I said is more of a general perspective, not a fixed rule.

I'm mearley saying that .com sites usualy have a for profit motive for there information.

 

Thank you for your comment/question.

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http://www.jungmaven.com

For T's and hoodies 

 

Not only do they use organic cotton, it's also blended with hemp so a lot less water is required per garment 

Thank you! I'll include this excellent site in my list. Thats good to know, I diden't know that hemp uses less water.

 

also http://www.jungmaven.com/categories/short-sleeve has a great color palette!

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