Navy organic cotton men&
Navy organic cotton men&
Navy organic cotton men&
Navy organic cotton men&

Navy organic cotton men's brief - ice blue stripes

Regular price$33.00
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Inspired by the classic Breton top, our briefs are made from certified organic cotton and a little bit of elastane for support. You'll love the perfect fit they provide. And you'll love it time and time again - because we make our underwear to last. All our nautical briefs are made exclusively for us by a family-owned factory in Portugal.

Waist size in inches26-2829-3132-3334-3637-3940-42
Waist size in cm68-7374-7980-8586-9294-99100-107
T-shirts & tank topsXSSMLXLXXL
Chest size in inches34-3636-3838-4040-4242-4444-46
Chest size in cm86-9092-9697-102103-108109-113114-118
European size41-44
UK size8-11
US size9-12

POST (mail service - all countries)::5 to 30 days. Free shipping from £35 / €40 / US$48 purchase.
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Organic agriculture and the climate

Organic agriculture emits much less greenhouse gases than conventional agriculture. It uses natural fertilizers that release less nitrous oxide than chemical fertilizers. This gas has a warming effect 300 times more powerful than CO2. Moreover, the production of chemical fertilizers and pesticides is very energy consuming. By not using these chemicals, organic farming saves a lot of energy and therefore reduces CO2 emissions. Organically grown soils can even extract CO2 from the atmosphere and fix it as carbon in the soil. These natural soils also have the ability to maintain a high natural moisture content, acting like a sponge. Their need for water is therefore much reduced compared to intensively cultivated soils, which impoverish the soil and require more and more watering and irrigation.