Monkee Genes - No Blood. No Sweat. No Tears.
Monkee Genes is the first jeans brand approved by The Soil Association. The association is committed to environmentally conscious, sustainable production as well as acceptable social conditions. Monkee Genes advertises its support for neither child nor slave labour: "No Blood. No Sweat. No Tears" is therefore the motto of the sustainable label. Monkee Genes also meets the criteria of the GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard), a worldwide standard for the processing of textiles that covers the entire production and supply chain.
The organic cotton processed for Monkee Genes trousers is grown without pesticides and genetic modifications, which protects animals and plants in the growing areas. The textiles produced from this cotton are renewable and environmentally friendly, as no harmful chemicals are used in further processing. In addition to health aspects, the social concerns of the workers are also taken into account: Reasonable wages secure their existence and can help them to escape poverty: Just fair trade! Last but not least, the renunciation of allergens, toxic chemicals and carcinogenic substances is also better for all those who end up wearing the jeans.
Organic jeans and lots of choice
Monkee Genes quickly became an insider tip for fashion-conscious young people who value organic quality and appropriate working conditions. But the individual designs are also convincing: With the large selection of fancy colours ranging from ruby to grass green and petrol to pink, it's hard to make a decision.
Monkee Genes also offers a wide range of models, based on classic jeans fittings: in addition to the popular Supa-Skinny jeans, the range also includes various other skinny jeans, as well as straight cut and boot cut models. In the meantime, the range has been expanded to include shorts, corduroy trousers and unisex chino pants, the latter even in two fabric thicknesses for warmer and colder days. Stylish, well made organic jeans that you can wear with a clear conscience - that's what Monkee Genes stands for.