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Reno, NV – Men’s eco-friendly clothing company, Ecōths, continues to be committed to being the change and giving back to those in need. With the launch of their new Spring ’15 collection, Ecoths will continue to give three meals to local food banks for each garment sold in 2015.
Ecōths kicks off its first delivery with extremely soft tees and hoodies, button ups with personality, and well-designed shorts with unique details such as drop-in cell phone pockets. Made of 100% organic cotton, the super soft Jameson Hoodie ($65), is available in three colors with contrasting striped fabric in the hood and pocket liners. Integrating a variety of unique details like a crackle wash that gives a weathered effect over the plaid, the Bentley Shirt ($67) is a luxurious yet comfortable wardrobe staple. Featuring a double yoke in the back, wooden buttons and off-seam stitching details, the Bentley pairs well with the organic cotton Odin Short ($67). The Odin features a textured herringbone pattern, a back stitched yoke, and drop in cell phone pocket.
“We were thrilled at the success we saw with the launch of the brand this year,” states Tom Williamson, VP of Marketing and Sales at Ecōths. “Hunger is a real problem in this country and we are proud to help those in need by donating an estimated 60,000 meals by year-end to food banks throughout the United States.”
Delivery two contains striped tees and polos along with more distinct plaids and striped button-ups. The Beckett V-Neck Tee ($45) and Anniston Polo ($62) are both comprised of a non-engineered striped organic cotton fabric, meaning no two shirts are exactly the same. However, they both have an extremely supple hand and a relaxed fit for a rugged yet sophisticated outdoor look. For those looking for something a bit different from the normal plaid, the striped Camden Shirt ($64) has bias cut stripes inset in the front panels, back yoke and center of the back of the shirt. In addition, the front pockets on the Camden are asymmetrical with ring snaps for a fresh, clean look. Off the seam stitching on the yoke and pockets and a slight dobby texture make the Garrett Shirt ($65) a uniquely detailed button-up. With its lightweight organic cotton fabric the Garrett is ideal for days when the temperature begins to rise.
Visit Ecōths booth 31030 to see this exciting Spring ’15 collection and learn more about the Ecōths Good Sam program for local food banks. For more information visit www.ecoths.com or email Angie Houck of Darby Communications at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ecōths was born from a desire to create a men’s clothing brand that combines natural fabrics with style, comfort and personality while giving back and creating a better place to live for everyone. A harmonious blend of Eco and Ethos, two words that are the epicenter of the brand, Ecōths is 100% natural and unparalleled in its unique styling details and approach to creating a brand with a true soul. For every Ecōths garment purchased in the United States, three meals will be provided to someone in need through local food banks. Ecōths’ mission is simple; bringing together the triple bottom line of People, Planet and Product. www.ecoths.com