Only buy as many pakkers as you actually need
 and look after them to make sure they last you as long as possible.

Start as soon as you
open the box.

Follow the instructions on the tag.

Wash your Pakkers inside out.
Set the temperature to 30ºC and the spin speed to 1000.
Do not tumble dry.
Iron inside out – it’s easier to iron under the pocket!

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Stitch together small holes before they get bigger.

Try to fall in love with the rips!

Dye your pants if they fade at the knees.

Use a dye such as “Simplicol” or “TextileCare” during the wash.

Ask us for patches or for thread in matching colours.

Make friends at the alterations service – there’s probably one at your nearest shopping centre.

When the end comes,
give them a second life.

Trousers with a hole or even ripped on the knee
don’t have to end up in the rubbish bin just yet.
If you don’t want to get them repaired, use them for gardening,
car repairs, DIY jobs etc…
Give them away or use the fabric for something new.

Our sustainable production principles.

We believe we can change the World.
From the very beginning we follow

slow fashion principles.
But that’s not enough, we also want to encourage you.

We produce locally.
We pay fair wages.
We respect our partners.

We don’t overproduce.
 Zero Waste.

We don’t introduce new collections every season.

We keep improving one cut of pants.

We sell out ends of series.

We don’t have a stationary store,
we don’t have an office,

we don’t want to be a corporation.

We appear in our ads ourselves and we write ourselves
in our social media channels.
This allows us to be in touch with our customers.

We don’t wrap in plastic.

We grow our knowledge about sustainable production.

We encourage our customers to take care of their clothes
so that they last as long as possible.

Let us tell you a little bit
about the fabrics we use.

Strength
Ventilation

Cotton

They were previously known as the Classic series. They are made of 300g/m cotton. The fabric has a plain weave, meaning that the fibres intersect at a 90 degree angle. The texture of the fabric is regular and smooth. This gives our trousers an elegant character.


The fabric, commonly called the canvas, does not like rough treatment. The trousers will last longer if you wash them at 40 degrees on reduced speed. We also do not recommend tumble drying.


The Cotton have a versatile character and are perfect for any occasion – from physical activity to situations requiring a certain amount of elegance (when nicely ironed). Practical in both summer and winter.

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Cotton Light

The canvas structure is 230 g/s. They are strong enough and they have good ventilation. They look as elegant as Cotton but they are just thinner.

In order to preserve their form and shape, washing at temperatures higher than 30 degrees should be avoided and the washing machine drum speed should be kept as low as possible. Shake the trousers firmly and stretch the legs before hanging them out to dry.

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Ventilation

Cotton Ultra-Light

Cotton Ultra-Lights are made of the shirt like fabric. It’s only 140g/m. The trousers, like shirt, get creased very easily, but they are ultra-lightweight and they catch a lot of wind. 

Always wash them at low temperature and avoid tumble dryers.


Cotton Ultra-Lights are perfect for all day long walks in a hot weather. They are ideal for light physical activity, but they are not made for heavy use.

On a windy day, you might feel cold in them.

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Ventilation

Blue Jeans

Blue Jeans are made of solid cotton with a twill weave and a weight of 350g/m. They are really strong and durable. The texture of the denim is uneven and can be felt under the fingers. The jeans owe their stylish look and strong character to the slanted thread pattern.


You do not have to wash these trousers at all. In fact, the less often they come into contact with water, the better. If you have to wash them, choose a short cycle, 800 r.p.m. and low (max 30 degrees) temperature. Seriously! Never dry them in a dryer, on a radiator or even in the sun. And don’t iron! They will straighten out when hanging under their own weight.

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Linen

Linen trousers are 100% linen with a weight of 230g/m. If you look through them under the sun, they are almost transparent. If not for our special pocket, you would be able to see your dick through them!


Linen trousers are great for a walk on the pier or for dining out. We know some people who go rock climbing in them. We don’t recommend them for athletes, though.


Linen is the best fabric for summer because it has the ability to absorb water and gives a cool feeling on the skin.

Unfortunately, it does get wrinkly. You have to love it, though, since there’s not much you can do about it!

Strength
Ventilation

Hemp

Hemp trousers are 100% hemp with a weight of 230g/m. Fabrics are often associated with rough canvas, but that’s not true! Trousers made of this fabric are light and soft. They have antiseptic properties and natural UV filters. The ability to absorb water makes them ideal in both summer and winter.

When washing, use low temperatures and programmes for delicates. If you can, wash them by hand, but make sure to rinse out thoroughly any remaining liquid. When drying, don’t over-dry the fibres – if you’re drying outdoors, make sure you get plenty of shade. Iron them with plenty of steam.

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