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Cotton Line

Durable workwear with high comfort

Durable workwear with high comfort

At CWS, fair trade, wearing comfort and functionality go hand in hand. The Cotton Line gives you the flexibility to determine the look of your team: All garments are available in 65% pure Fairtrade cotton. A sustainable choice for optimal wearing comfort. In terms of style and colours, the Cotton Line combines perfectly with the Base Line, Compact LIne, Profi Line and Profi Line Plus. The contemporary designs are tested for functionality and convenience for the wearer. With the Fairtrade code on the wash label inside the garment, you can check the origin of the cotton from which your workwear is made.

Suitable for workers who frequently come into contact with customers in sectors such as manufacturing, professional services, transport & logistics, construction or wholesale.

The strength of the Cotton Line collection

  • Fairtrade
  • Unrestricted freedom of movement
  • High wearing comfort
  • Ingenious details
  • Two-colour collection
  • OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 
  • Unisex: suitable for women and men 

The Cotton Line is very comfortable to wear and is particularly skin-friendly. At the same time, it is very hard-wearing and available in many variants.

Cotton Line made of Fairtrade cotton

For us, sustainability does not just start in the company itself, it has to be there where our supply chain starts. As a textile supplier, we not only have commitment to the environment and society at heart, we also want to actively contribute to fair prices and decent working conditions for cotton producers in Asia and Africa. With this commitment in mind, the Cotton Line is the first collection for which we exclusively use Fairtrade-certified cotton. For our customers, this means they get workwear of proven quality while being able to show that they value fair trade. For the cotton farmers, it means getting prices that allow them to make a decent living and sustainably develop their local community.

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