Pact introduces its limited edition Good Garden collection, which features designs inspired by the colors and prints associated with rural farms. Available mid March, the Pact Good Garden range consists of a premium organic cotton brief ($22), boxer brief ($24), trunk ($21) and socks ($10).
Pact’s Spring 2013 collection is inspired by “getting back to our roots,” according to the brand. The new designs symbolize the heritage of farming and the Pact Good Garden collection features colorful prints such as work shirt plaid, navy bandana and zig zag.
Made from premium organic 100% cotton fabric, the brief, trunk and boxer brief offer an extremely soft feel and snug fit. The certified organic cotton was manufactured in a factory powered by 100% wind power. The collection also includes a crew neck T-shirt ($30) in denim railroad stripe and V-neck T-shirt ($30) in barn red heather made from 50% organic cotton and 50% polyester.
Pact came up with the idea for the collection after the brand teamed up with non-profit organizations to help build 100 urban sustainable gardens across the United States. The new initiative would provide increased access to healthy food and educate children and adult on how healthy food is grown.
“We are excited to connect Pact with urban farms across the country and raise awareness of the importance of eating healthy foods,” said Jeff Denby, owner of Pact. “Our Spring 2013 collection reflects our dedication to the urban farms movement from our farm stripes to our blossom prints.”
The Pact Good Garden range is available in S-XL.
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