Pangaia expands activewear range

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PANGAIA Expands Activewear Range Made With Plant-Based Nylon & Spandex

Materials science company PANGAIA has expanded its popular Motion activewear range, adding a new capsule collection for men and more colors for women. The men’s collection includes a mesh t-shirt, zipped long-sleeved top, and tights, available in volcanic grey and black. For women, existing products — the sports bra, ribbed tank top, t-shirt, shorts, and leggings — are now available in taupe and cobalt blue, adding to the black, foliage green, and cerulean blue colors previously available. The Motion range was first launched last autumn, with the garments in the collection made from EVO nylon (99.9% plant-based) and Hyosung’s creora® spandex (30% plant-based). Pangaia was the first brand ever to use creora, which has a 20% lower carbon footprint than conventional spandex. The Motion products …


PANGAIA Spiber Hoodie


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PANGAIA Enters Partnership with Spiber at Forefront of Brewed Protein Fashion 

PANGAIA has announced a new partnership with fellow biomaterial leader Spiber Inc. Introducing the fourth capsule within PANGAIA Lab, the first release will be a limited-edition hoodie made from Spiber’s cutting-edge Brewed Protein material, marking the first time a product of this kind will be available worldwide for purchase.  Japanese biomaterials manufacturing group Spiber Inc. produces its Brewed Protein material from plant-derived biomass and a proprietary fermentation process, offering a biological building block that can be transformed into a variety of forms. The NXT GEN Hoodie powered by Brewed Protein in black will be available in limited quantities, with less than 200 available worldwide via the PANGAIA website.  Unlike many existing synthetic materials, the companies claim that Brewed Protein fibers do not degrade into microplastics, …


t-shirts made with post-consumer textile waste



PANGAIA Launches T-Shirts Made With 100% Post-Consumer Textile Waste

Material science company PANGAIA has unveiled the limited edition Infinite Tee, a t-shirt made with 100% post-consumer textile waste. Available only from the company’s website, the new shirts feature a graphic with the phrase “Infinite Tee” printed on both sides. The launch marks the first time a shirt made with Infinna™ fibres has been available to purchase. Infinna has the look and feel of cotton, but is made entirely from recycled textiles. Fabric made with Infinna can be recycled multiple times, helping to keep clothing out of landfill. The fibre is made by circular fashion and technology group Infinited Fiber Company, which has just formed a multi-year agreement with PANGAIA. The aim of the partnership is to scale access to innovations in circularity. This is …


Pangaia Super Nutrition Bars


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PANGAIA Clothing Enters Food and Lifestyle Category with Super Super Bars

PANGAIA, the materials science company known for its ultra-trendy line of sweatsuits and hoodies, announces the creation of a new lifestyle division, PANGAIA Health, that will sell functional foods powered by biotech. Its first product category, PANGAIA Superfoods, has launched the Super Super Bar – a plant-based, nutrient-dense bar that is high-fiber and gluten-free. Available online starting March 24, the product sells for $35 for seven bars, with more products being added throughout 2022.  According to PANGAIA, despite making cutting-edge apparel beloved by celebrities, the brand never wanted to stop at clothing.  “We are looking at it holistically,” Ira Laufer, the new CEO of PANGAIA Health, told Forbes. “In the product itself, we bring a breakthrough innovation to the market. We have identified the food …



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PANGAIA: “We Spent 10 years Developing a Breakthrough Vegan Technology”

PANGAIA is a global collective of one heart and many hands: scientists, technologies, designers – who all believe that we can do better. PANGAIA creates from renewable and alternative resources, bio and lab grown materials, recycled, sustainable and as natural as possible to accelerate the world’s transition to responsible production and consumption, starting with basic clothing.