A garment goes through various processes from its design until reaching the end consumer. Design is the starting point and from this comes the pattern, launching prototypes, making all kinds of changes, performing size sets and then launching productions. These productions involve cutting, manufacturing, washing, dyeing, ironing and review workshops. Numerous raw materials are also involved, such as fabrics, buttons, zips, labels, bags, boxes, etc.
All of these processes are a long chain where factors enter into play that directly reflect on the product, including the quality, service and price. However, there is much more behind this. The fact that all or part of these processes have taken place in your closest environment, in Spain, within the EU or any other country outside of the EU, influences other factors to consider, such as jobs, industry development, taxes, social rights, working conditions, respect for environmental standards, etc. This doesn't mean that everything manufactured outside the EU does not comply with international standards that guarantee some of these factors, but the fact that these industrial processes are developed within the EU ensures us of not only this compliance, but also provides us with several indirect benefits, such as:

The fact of manufacturing in developed countries, like for example inside the EU, means complying with all laws and regulations that also protect us. This means paying a higher cost than what we would in other countries where respect for environmental regulations, human, social, working, safety rights, etc. is not ensured, and where we would not contribute anything that financially benefits our environment.

JeansTrack is aware of all this, therefore, we design and manufacture our products inside the EU and mainly in Spain.

Paying a little more is worth it!