Zero Waste Products

Products designed with ALL the FABRIC in mind!

FABRIC repurposes deadstock materials from COVID-19 medical gown production into zero-waste, customizable bags featuring eco-friendly prints, promoting sustainable fashion and supporting our mission toward a circular supply chain.

Care Information

Fabric Description

Dintex is a material that is often used for outerwear jackets. It's lightweight and known for its breathability, wicking, antimicrobial, flexibility, durability, strength fluid resistance, and static control. It prints beautifully in the Kornit Digital Printer. It's made to withstand over 100 washes. It's fluid-resistant, static-control, anti-microbial, no-linting, and easy to wash. It meets the OEKO Standard 100 requirements.

Care Instructions

Machine washable.
Dry on low or hang dry.

Fiber Content

Face 94% Poly 6% Spandex,
Inner Membrane 100% polyurethane
Back 100% poly

Made In

Manufactured in Tempe, Arizona, USA at FABRIC Incubator in a batched-on-demand model (not unethically, unsustainably overproduced in a disposable fast fashion model
Made from Canadian fabrics.

Zero Waste Products by FABRIC

Zero Waste Bag

This zero-waste bag is a simple rectangle, leaving no fabric scraps. Its straightforward construction (two outer seams) allows quick and affordable construction. The rectangle shape is the perfect canvas for artwork and customization.

A statement about the unsustainability of denim jeans

The production of denim and jeans is notoriously unsustainable, primarily due to its excessive water consumption. Astonishingly, it takes about 7,500 liters of water—equivalent to an entire swimming pool—to manufacture just a single pair of jeans. This immense water usage stems from the cultivation of water-intensive cotton and the extensive washing and dyeing processes involved. Additionally, denim production often involves harmful chemicals that can pollute water sources, further exacerbating its environmental impact. As a result, the fashion industry's reliance on denim significantly contributes to water scarcity and environmental degradation, highlighting the urgent need for more sustainable practices.

A statement about appreciation for the skill and work required to create a sewn product

The fashion industry has become increasingly unsustainable due to the shift towards mass production in overseas factories, often operating without stringent regulations. This has led to unethical labor practices and significant environmental degradation. The industry's reliance on "fast fashion" promotes the notion of clothing as a disposable commodity, encouraging a cycle of constant consumption and waste. To foster sustainability, it is crucial to rethink fashion as a durable and valuable product, emphasizing quality, ethical production, and environmental responsibility and appreciating the intense skill and labor that goes into every sewn product item.

A statement about single-use plastic

One-time-use plastic bags are extraordinarily wasteful, with billions used annually worldwide. In the United States alone, an estimated 100 billion plastic bags are used each year, with only a small fraction being recycled. The majority end up in landfills, contributing significantly to environmental pollution. It is reported that approximately 12 million barrels of oil are required to produce the plastic bags used in the U.S. annually. In landfills, these bags can take hundreds of years to decompose, releasing harmful toxins into the soil and water. Furthermore, their lightweight nature means they easily escape into the environment, causing harm to wildlife and marine life that mistake them for food.

A statement about global warming

Global warming, a long-term rise in Earth's average temperature primarily due to human activities like burning fossil fuels and deforestation, poses significant challenges to various industries, including fashion. The fashion industry is both a contributor to and a victim of global warming. As a major polluter, it generates substantial greenhouse gas emissions through production, transportation, and waste. Furthermore, climate change impacts the availability and quality of natural fibers like cotton and wool, and disrupts supply chains due to extreme weather events. This interconnection necessitates a shift towards sustainable practices, such as using eco-friendly materials, reducing carbon footprints, and promoting circular fashion to mitigate the industry's environmental impact.

A statement about celebrating sustainable fashion

FABRIC Incubator's Eco Fashion Week is an annual event promoting sustainability in fashion. It features runway shows, workshops, and panels to showcase eco-friendly designs and practices. The event fosters collaboration and raises awareness about the environmental impact of the fashion industry, driving positive change towards a greener future.

Your logo, artwork, or statement

Brands and businesses can also customize these eco-friendly items by adding their own logo or artwork, seamlessly incorporating them into their business. Additionally, event organizers can enhance their gatherings with bespoke graphics on FABRIC's sustainable products, creating memorable keepsakes that are both stylish and environmentally responsible. Contact us to inquire about private labeling these zero waste creations.

What print will you put on your brand's zero waste bag?

Zero Waste Cross Body Skateboard Bag

A cross-body skate bag is a game-changer for any skater. It lets you strap your board to your back when you're not riding, so you don't have to lug it around in your hands. The bag's double-sided velcro straps make it super easy to adjust for any board size, making it a breeze to grab your board and go when you spot the perfect spot to skate.


Add your website, social media handles, brand videos, and any other content you want bag owners to see. Then update the timeline anytime with your latest sales, news, events and other important content to reach your customers directly! Got sponsored riders? They can add their best footage to the timeline and then share it on social to promote your brand more efficiently.

Add your best skate videos & photos, favorite skate spots, or anything you want to save to the bag's NFC Digital Product Passport's timeline. Simply tap the bag with your phone to pull up your timeline anytime you want to relive or share it. Ride for a brand? Share your timeline on social to help promote the brand you ride for.

Behind the Zero Waste Collection:

At FABRIC Incubator, we’ve created zero-waste products from the leftover materials we used to manufacture 800K reusable medical gowns during the COVID-19 pandemic. This leftover material is what is referred to as deadstock in the industry. The edge of the fabric can be left raw so it's the perfect fabric for zero-waste patterns as well (2D square pattern folds into 3D design).

Each bag features unique artwork printed in on-demand batches with the eco-friendly Kornit Presto printer, which uses water-based inks and a direct-to-fabric system, reducing water consumption and pollution.

Our project repurposes materials, raises awareness about unsustainable fashion practices, and demonstrates the viability of sustainable, customized, on-demand manufacturing. 

Sales support FABRIC Incubator, a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to democratizing access to the industry and promoting sustainable fashion using innovative technologies. By purchasing these products, you support our mission to provide innovative resources to apparel entrepreneurs and brands and our vision toward a circular supply chain for the fashion industry.