Tights have gone from being a product that used to be quality and tailored, to one of our main wear, tear, and throw-out garments. The founders of Swedish Stockings want to reverse that trend.
“The nylon production is harmful to the environment and associated with high carbon dioxide emissions and harmful chemicals. It’s extra bad considering the products’ short life cycle,” says founder Nadja Forsberg.
Swedish Stockings socks are made from recycled, organic nylon and without harmful chemicals, focusing on durability, sustainability and design.
“And we want to make them available where customers really need them, as in hotels and restaurants. It is often the place where you discover a hole or a running mask.”