Your clothes from Northern Playground come without an expiry date; They are made with durable materials and have a timeless design that will never go out of style. But to reach our ambition of reducing overconsumption, we need to pay just as much attention to what happens after the product is made.
That's why all our garments come with a lifetime service. That means:
We teach you how to repair damaged garments and send the equipment you need.
We repairNot so handy? We can repair your Northern Playground products free of charge.
Return your worn out clothing and we will make sure they are recycled and revived.
If we really want to make an environmental difference, we need to take good care of the clothes we already have instead of buying new ones. That's why we like to think of lifetime service as a contract where both we and you do what we can to extending every garment's lifetime. So, take good care of your clothes, use them for a long time, repair if necessary and return them to us when they are completely worn out. That way we can start making a difference – together 💪
Read more about how lifetime service works below.
Most damages can easily be repaired yourself at home. We will send you what you need and teach you how to repair the garment. This is both quick and easy, and we can guarantee you will feel great after repairing yourself. Click here to learn to repair holes.
If you have a product that is very damaged or if you just don't want to repair yourself, you can deliver your NP garments to us for free repairs. Deliver the garment to our store at Youngstorget in Oslo. If you live too far away you can send it in the mail. Send us a picture and description to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll take it from there.
When your garment is completely worn out, it is time to give it a new life. Return it to us, and we will make sure it is either recycled or used to repair other garments. The recycling process is done by Italian Cardato or other companies that may show up by the time you and your clothes go your separate ways. Recycling of wool is an easy task that already exists, and that we expect will spread quickly. In this process, the materials are split apart, recycled and turned into new fabric that is used to produce new clothing. You might even buy back your old t-shirt in the form of a new, recycled one in the future!