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ReFleece Goes Fringe

Image Cool, right?  These letters belong to Mike Dacey, who owns Repeat Press, and who manages Fringe -- an awesome studio workspace that is now home to ReFleece as well.  The old-fashioned press is right across from our space, flanked by pots of saturated, thick paint in big pots... it's a visual feast. Last winter, when it became clear that it was time for us to move out of the cold basement and into an actual office, we dragged our feet.  Sam said he preferred to stay...

Patagonia's Common Threads Initiative

Did you know you can return your used Patagonia clothes to a store near you?  Or mail it back?  That's the first step in  the creation of ReFleece: customers return their used gear instead of letting it go to a landfill.  Patagonia passes usable gear on to those in need, and tries to up cycle or recycle the rest of it ... including to ReFleece cases! Here's the link:

We Reuse You Can Recycle

Can I recycle my re-fleece? Yes! As long as your municipality can handle PET plastics, you can toss your ReFleece right into the recycling bin.