Planam Underwear and Thermals Trousers long 190 g/m²
Warm and made of fine fabric
The lightweight material is very comfortable to wear. Despite their light weight, these trousers will keep your body and legs warm in low temperatures.
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55 % cotton, 38 % polyester
S - M - L - XL - XXL - XXXL - 4XL
60°C coloured laundry
Laundry made for example of cotton or linen, white, boil-proof, dyed or printed. Fill drum completely. Set the respective wash cycle.
Do not bleach
The empty triangle with an X through it symbolises that bleaching is not possible.
Only use detergents that are free of bleach.
Iron at low temperature
Corresponds to the “Polyacrylic, polyamide (nylon), acetate” setting. If necessary, shiny or pressure-sensitive items should be ironed with a dry press cloth or inside out. Caution when using steam irons (as a rule, work without steam). Do not pull out of shape.
Do not treat with solvents
No dry-cleaning possible. Do not use stain removers that contain solvents.
OEKO-TEX® Standard 100
The OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 is an independent testing and certification system for raw, intermediate and final textile products for all stages of processing. Examples of certifiable articles are raw and dyed/refined yarns, raw and dyed/refined woven and knitted fabrics, ready-made articles (garments of all types, home textiles, bedding, terry towel articles, textile toys and much more).
Criteria Tests for harmful substances cover:
- substances banned by law
- substances regulated by law
- substances that are known to be potentially harmful to health (but are not yet chemicals regulated by law)
- as well as parameters for healthcare
In their entirety, the requirements go considerably beyond existing national legislation.
The OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 was developed at the beginning of the 1990s as a response to the needs of consumers and the general public for textiles that are not harmful to health. „Poison in textiles“ and other negative headlines were widespread at that time, which labelled chemicals used in producing textiles as negative and harmful to health across the board. However, demands for modern textile products could not be met without using specific chemical substances. Stylish colours, easy care, long service life and many other functional properties of textiles are called for today, and are sometimes indispensible depending on the application (e.g. for professional clothing and protective clothing).
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