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How Landfill Dzine Fashioned Change

 511.jpgThere are those who see problems, and those who see solutions. Landfill Dzine has been steadily working to fashion change, and the journey has tested the team’s tenacity, and creative abilities. When husband and wife duo, Josh and Heather Carpenter survey their line of sleek, upcycled selections, they see every step of the challenging journey that has led to this point.

A fresh new and bold colors, eco-friendly and fashionably chic, blending the best of urban American fashion trends.

The Landfilldzine customer is someone that's not afraid to try something new, adventurous...with a sense of humor "Ask me about my dirty hose Layflat” A person that appreciates a brand that is making a difference from fields too fashion. 

Each item in the Landfill Dzine Product line is an exclusive one-of-a-kind and different, made using discarded old irrigation hoses from fields in California.  Each product incorporates pieces of up-cycled layflat.  Hoses that once irrigated fruits and vegetables for over 7 years. These hoses are sunbaked, weathered yet colorful and bright. Once headed straight into landfills to sit for years these hoses were given a second chance to shine. The hoses are then cut, washed washed again, polished, cut to size, sewn using saddle machines each item tells a unique story with an adventurous flair.

A Landfill Dzine item brings out the best of intrigue, innuendo and inspiration in every piece it creates.  Landfill Dzine has turned trash into trendy.

Don't just layflat! Help us make a difference.

 

 “Saving the Planet one Dzine at a Time”™

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 Thank you for supporting our efforts in using reclaimed irrigation hoses that we diverted from landfills in California. You are purchasing our products knowing these hoses were once used in the fields of California to irrigate crops. All of our products will NOT look the same because these hoses were once used.

Please remember the way these hoses were manufactured makes them un-recyclable (Rubber, poly and nylon fibers all woven and blended together).

Please note the following may apply:

  • The material might look discolored (dark shots, light shots, different patterns, might have print/writing, might look used)
  • The material will look like cotton fibers are showing on the sides (it will look like it’s stringing, fraying etc. this is normal

 

A Re-purpose Driven Life: