To us, being environmentally conscious is more than just an ad campaign.


Reco Jeans works with non-profits like The Global Genes Project, a foundation that broadly promotes the needs of the rare disease community, engaging the general public, garnering corporate support, under the "unifying symbol of hope" – the blue denim ribbon.

Getting involved can be as simple as putting on a pair of jeans.


Finally, a denim company you can hang your skinny jeans on. Reco Jeans is one of the first to use innovative, new "upcycled" fabric exclusively in all of its denim products.

The process used to create the fabric is so unique that it has been studied, approved and certified internationally by universities due to its ability to change the environment and eliminate waste within the garment industry.


We're good for animals and animal lovers: Reco Jeans are 100% vegan, meaning they contain no animal products and are not tested on animals.

We're good for people and people lovers: Not only does Reco Jeans practice fair labor laws within our factories worldwide, but our products are also non-toxic and contain no harmful ingredients.


Reco Jeans New York not only supports better living in the fashion world, but also supports better opportunities both locally and globally.

Along with charitable events, Reco Jeans supports up-and-coming designers and artists with seasonal collaboration pieces.

Sustainable Fashion Forward

Cotton is one of the worst offenders in the world when it comes to land depletion. It also ranks highest in pesticide use and water consumption. Each pair of Reco Jeans uses "Upcycled" production scraps from factories around the world to make up 60% of the material used to make our jeans.

Uses 60% Less New Cotton

Our unique process of upcycling production scraps gives our jeans a smaller carbon footprint than jeans made from 100% organic cotton.
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Less Global Pesticide Use

Reports claim that somewhere between 16-25% of the world's pesticide usage goes to maintaining the cotton supply; our jeans reduce this by 60%.
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Reduced Fabric Waste

We "upcycle" scraps from garment factories into new textiles. What was once en route to the landfill is now en route to the runway.
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Saves over 1000 gallons of water

It takes over 1800 gallons of water to grow just enough cotton for 1 pair of jeans. It takes 0 gallons to upcycle.
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