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Razer’s new clothing line is made of 88% recycled plastics and 0% RGB

Razer's new clothing line is made of 88% recycled plastics and 0% RGB

Razer is now making apparel with 88 percent recycled marine plastics. The clothing line is in part an effort to raise awareness of the eight million-plus tons of plastic that wind up in the ocean every year, which contributes to climate change and threatens our food supply because the plastic is swallowed by marine life. This isn’t Razer’s first foray into environmental issues: Back in October, Razer teamed up with Conservation International to save some of the world’s forests by selling an adorable Sneki Snek plushie.

Razer is committed to funding the recovery of 1kg of marine plastic for every piece of clothing sold. The five-item clothing line will be a limited run with 1,337 pieces of each, meaning that if they sell out entirely, Razer will help clear more than 2,200 kgs of plastic out of our oceans. 

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