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FRANKIE COLLECTIVE'S NEW PANTS ARE MADE FROM VINTAGE NIKE T-SHIRTS

November 11, 2019

The reworked style is available now.

Vancouver-based brand Frankie Collective has released a new style, the Nike Wide Leg Pant, made from vintage T-shirts. In line with the label’s sustainable mission — all items are reworked from vintage garments by brands such as Ralph Lauren and adidas — the materials for the pants were sourced and produced locally in Canada.

Cut in a relaxed wide-leg fit, the pants come in a light grey colorway and hit just below the ankle. The style features an elastic waistband and mesh side paneling at the knee. Nike Swoosh embroidery remains intact and is positioned on the thigh.

Frankie Collective’s Nike Wide Leg Pants retail for $82 USD and are available now on the brand’s website. In related news, Frankie Collective recently opened a brick-and-mortar location in Vancouver.

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