C as in observation
Playing fields are becoming more and more polluted, sportswear is almost all made on the other side of the world and from oil. How can you take care of yourself if you don't take care of your ecosystem? This is the contradiction that Romain Trebuil wanted to address by creating Circle in 2020 and by surrounding himself with a group of experts and enthusiasts.
C for combat
Our fight: not to use new resources by creating technical clothing, and to respond to a climate emergency and impact on the environment. We want to get rid of the waste that pollutes our land and our oceans, such as plastic bottles and fishing nets. #ProtectOurPlayground
C for circularity
We use recycled resources to produce new garments that are themselves recyclable and thus avoid creating additional waste. We take into account the entire life cycle of the product: from its creation to its end of life through its recycling process to control the waste and its impact.
C for collective
Our products are created around a community and with that community. We test ideas and co-develop products with sports coaches, top athletes and weekend warriors who all have one thing in common: the desire to get involved. #CirclePlayers
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