Unique and one of a kind denim jacket made with light washed upcycled second-hand jeans and surplus fabric scraps from local denim factories. It’s interior contains a warm lining made in the indigenous community of Otavalo in Ecuador. The traditional indigenous patterns used in our linings infuse our jackets with Andean culture allowing you to take a little piece of the Andes anywhere you go. Each jacket is made by hand in our workshop on the outskirts of Quito, Ecuador.
100% made from light washed upcycled cotton and excess material from local factories
Inside label with the name of the seamstress that handcrafted the jacket
Warm Otavalo lining with indigenous patterns
Interior vertical pocket for sunglasses and essentials
Lined exterior side pockets
Buttoned chest pockets
Custom REMU buttons sourced from local producers
Designed and produced in Miranda, Northern Ecuadorian Andes
The REMake Collection is made from a combination of different materials and types of denim so gentle care is necessary. We recommend dry clean or cold water cycles. Hang to dry.
Do not overwash your garments, denim is one of the most durable fabrics out there and overwashing does not only waste water but diminishes your jackets’ lifespan.
Language of name Quechua English translation The Frightener Coordinates 2°0′9″S 78°20′27″ Location Morona Santiago Province, Ecuador Elevation 5,260 mt (17,257 ft)
Sangay is an active stratovolcano in central Ecuador. It is the most active volcano in Ecuador, despite erupting only three times in recorded history, because the eruption that started in 1934 is still ongoing.