Planetary Pullover - Healthy, Sustainable Clothes by Danu Organic
Planetary Pullover - Healthy, Sustainable Clothes by Danu Organic
Planetary Pullover - Healthy, Sustainable Clothes by Danu Organic
Planetary Pullover - Healthy, Sustainable Clothes by Danu Organic
Planetary Pullover - Healthy, Sustainable Clothes by Danu Organic
Planetary Pullover - Healthy, Sustainable Clothes by Danu Organic
Planetary Pullover - Healthy, Sustainable Clothes by Danu Organic
Planetary Pullover - Healthy, Sustainable Clothes by Danu Organic

Planetary Pullover

Regular price
$70.00
Sale price
$70.00

A pullover for grounded youth, this warm colorganic french terry pullover is made from a cotton that grows this shade of sepia. Once it's outgrown, pass it along to the next kid and once it's been through all the kids (might take 20 years as this is a very durable fabric) you can simply bury it, letting the pure cotton return to soil.

INGREDIENTS: Colorganic Sepia French Terry

JOURNEY: Organically grown in New Mexico, consciously spun & knit in North Carolina and fairly sewn at a woman-owned factory in San Francisco, California.

DESIGN: Made to last from thick, durable french terry. It tends to darken every so slightly over time — barely noticeable but a little magical if you’re paying attention.

SIZING: See our sizing guide to choose your best fit. We'll help you out with an exchange or return until you're happy.

CARE: Machine wash cold & line dry (best for the environment) or tumble dry on low. We opted not to pre-shrink this garment because the typical pre-shrinking process includes a lot of toxins. If put in the dryer, this pullover may shrink 1% — mostly up, not inIf washed cold and line dried, shrinkage is unlikely. Feel free to test wash & dry in the first 30 days and return if you aren't happy.

GO THERE: Our universe is magnificent and so big. Escape earth for a few.

Free USA shipping + returns over $100. Free Canada & Mexico shipping over $250. Worldwide shipping coming soon.

One tree planted for every order placed through the winter solstice — December 21st.