Our Eco-friendly Materials

Upcycled Seatbelts

Produced to tight specifications, seat belts are a durable material. In the production process, some sections end up just not fit enough for their initial safety purpose and become the discarded material of choice for our rugged RE-BELT bag collection.

Traceable Fabric

“Made in Green by Oeko-Tex®” is a traceable product label for all types of textiles produced in environmentally friendly facilities under safe and socially responsible working conditions. This is the certification of our RE-BELT bags lining – produced near the bags manufacturing

Recyclable Aluminium

Unlike plastic, aluminium is recyclable ad aeternam; nearly 75% of aluminium ever produced is still is used today. Recycling aluminium saves 95% of the energy required to produce it from raw materials. Aluminium is eKodoKi’s choice for some of our bags hardware.

Recyclable Stainless Steel

With up to 70% of the product coming from recycled materials, stainless steel uses scrap metal as its main raw material. Designated ‘stainless’ because it does not rust, it is a material of choice for eKodoKi’s beverage containers and cutlery, as well as most of our bags hardware.

FSC Certified Wood Veneer

Harvested from responsibly managed forests meeting standards set by the non-profit Forest Stewardship Council, diverse types of FSC certified wood have been selected for eKodoKi's sunglasses collection made of layered veneer.

Pure Wool Felt

Typically sheared once a year, sheep naturally provide us with a qualitative renewable material: wool. Durable, biodegradable, 100% natural wool felt is the most environmental-friendly felt of them all, and eKodoKi’s choice for our current travel cutlery case collection, and our future bags.

Renewable Bamboo

Bamboo is the fastest growing plant, thus the perfect renewable material. Strong enough to build scaffolds, bridges and houses, bambou is eKodoKi's choice for its portable lifestyle accessories such as lunchboxes and toothbrushes.