Whether you’re talking about one of their many jackets, vests, tees or hoodies, everything Vollebak makes is basically indestructible. Ultimately, buying more durable clothing like what Vollebak produces will lead to less clothing waste, and that means the brand will have a positive impact on the planet. That’s not good enough for Vollebak. They’re going to help tackle our ridiculous e-waste problem by taking some of the 50 million tons of electronic waste that’s generated every year and turning it into the Garbage Watch. Made in collaboration with the Wallpaper* Re-Made project, the Garbage Watch repurposes things like motherboards, microchips and wires into a timepiece that’s as quirky and fun as it is well-built and interesting. The Vollebak Garbage Watch will be dropping in 2021, but you can get on the waiting list now. If the release is anything like Vollebak’s other products, it’s going to sell out instantly.
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