‘Save Myjean’, The Eco-Friendly Item for Those on the Recycling Bandwagon
SAVANNAH, GA, November 05, 2020 /Neptune100/ — The most popular, longest-lasting fashion item in human history, regardless of country or time period, is jeans. Jeans, once enjoyed by the lower working class or teenagers, have become the most widely known fashion trend across races and generations. However, even jeans with strong durability cannot prevent natural wear and tear over the years. In particular, damage (holes) caused by friction in the crotch area is a big problem for those who want to wear jeans for a long time. Meanwhile, the idea product maker LIMBURG has become a hot topic among jean enthusiasts as it announced that it will be the first in the world to release a special anti-wear coating for jeans.
Save Myjean is an independent ‘blue shield solution’ that is absorbed into the jeans’ fibers and strengthens them, being a textile abrasive coating that applies patented technology. The fiber coating, which has excellent water-proofing performance preventing sweat from being absorbed, the cause of fiber weakness, increases the life of jeans three times. By preventing fiber damage due to repetitive friction and tension, it has received enthusiastic responses from consumers because they can wear their cherished jeans without needing any alterations or repairs for a long time.
The life extension due to ‘Save Myjean’ is safe fashion rights, has economic cost-cutting effects and natural ingredients harmless to humans, and the use of eco-friendly paper containers also conveys a very positive perspective for those who think about health and the environment. Meanwhile, according to a media outlet, the global blue jeans market is expected to reach $609 billion (about 66.8561 trillion won) in 2030, which is expected to raise further interest in the related product, Save Myjean.
“We planned to launch the product on Kickstarter for people around the world who love the environment and jeans,” a Save Myjean official said. “We will continue to put in effort to show creative and new products for consumers.”
Save Myjean will launch in November on Kickstarter, the world’s largest crowdfunding website. Details of the product can be found on the Kickstarter page.