Pot Meets Pop Teams Up With Badjatex For New Eco-Friendly Denim Collection

After executing a full blown apparel and accessories collection with the legends of stoner comedy Cheech and Chong, Pot Meets Pop is looking to advance its collaborative portfolio with Badjatex โ€” an Indonesia-based textile company that specializes in making products with eco-friendly denim. Together, the two entities have joined hands to cook up a sustainable denim collection.

Included in this capsule are several silhouettes including a denim trucker jacket and pants, in addition to denim chore jackets and carpenter style pants, all of which are dyed with a dark indigo wash and white stitched trim. Branding is very minimal, and arrives in the form of green Pot Meets Pop banners that are planted onto the front’s left side of the chore jacket just above the lower most pocket, as well as PMP Denim labels that are situated on the back sides of the both bottom silhouettes.

If interested in picking up any pieces โ€” and possibly beefing up your Spring/Summer ‘21 wardrobe with a Canadian tuxedo โ€” this Pot Meets Pop and Badjatex range is available now in-store and through the Pot Meets Pop online store.

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