We believe in love that lasts. Let’s end the notion of disposable relationships and get serious about enduring values and sustained adventure. In that spirit, have a special place on yerdle for companies that make really good products from the get-go. If you can yerdle something once, twice, maybe six times over its lifetime, that’s an awesome product to start with. That’s a brand we want to celebrate. We’re blessed to have solidified some amazing partnerships with iconic companies and today, we feature the Levi’s Brand Collection.
Their products are worth celebrating, as are their production practices. Levi’s has always stood for a more sustainable, human-centered approach to retail and design. The yerdle & Levi’s partnership fits as comfortably as a timeless pair of 501s. You’ll see a great selection of idle inventory from Levi’s posted over the next month by yerdle and you too can help build the collection.
How to Get Involved
To contribute to the collection, post your Levi’s item on yerdle with the hashtag #yerLevis, and we’ll give you 100 bonus credits when it lands successfully in the hands of another yerdler! Don’t forget to include a picture of the logo so we can tell it’s the genuine article.
- Use the hashtag #yerLevis
- Post between 12:00AM Friday 10/24 and 11:59PM Friday 11/7
- Your credits will be awarded on the Friday after you ship or complete local pickup!
Another way you can earn 100 bonus credits is if you Tweet, post to Facebook or post to Instagram your personal story about Levi’s, or an image that makes you think of them! Use the tag phrase #yerLevis @yerdle @Levis to let us know you shared something. This also runs from Friday October 24th through Friday November 7th, with credits awarded regularly. :-)
Did you know?
Did you know that the average U.S. consumer throws away 68 pounds of clothing and textiles per year? That’s 23.8 billion pounds of clothing that end up in landfills every year. However, many of the things we use up and throw away don’t really have to be disposable at all. They could be designed to be durable to start with. We’d like to see a world where everything is designed with the whole lifecycle in mind: made to last using healthy production practices, well-used and loved a bunch of times, and then easily broken down into parts that can be recycled, composted, or turned into something else. Why not? It’s easy to #LiveInLevis with yerdle.