• digital blue shorts mescla navy blue sweat fabric cotton


Digital Blue Shorts




Colors and shapes. The sweat fabric originally emerged in the 1920s, through the sportswear company Champion. However, it was only post-1985, a.k.a. the start of the digital era, that some of these fabrics were produced using recycled materials.
Made of leftover fabrics and recycled PET fibers, the shorts bring together influences from two different eras, while at the same time embodying a timeless design.

Composition: 50% recycled cotton, 50% PET fiber.

Made in  

Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil

Garment Care

Hand wash in cold water. Line dry only.

The Story


Mescla was born in 2012 in Rio de Janeiro. Mescla’s products are consciously designed and as the name indicates (“Mescla” means “to mix” in Portuguese), the brand speaks of merging the past with the present, the contrast of urban and nature, with designs that follow social developments.

The brand values the local economy and looks for solutions to reduce environmental impact, such as using organic cotton to reduce the use of pesticides. Mescla also uses PET fibers and recycles leftover cotton to create new fabrics. Finally, discarded rubber tires are used in some designs, reducing the waste of rubber (one of the materials that takes the longest to decompose).

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