Before producing an ORAKI clothing item, we take into account its ecological footprint, the manufacturing process, and its quality. To achieve this, we are constantly seeking technological innovations to create eco-responsible fabrics. When you buy a product made from recycled materials, you're joining us in the fight to preserve our planet and its resources.

Recycled polyester


Polyester is one of the most widely used synthetic fibers in the textile industry, and also one of the most polluting. To reduce its impact, we collaborate with the REPREVE® organization, which recycles post-consumer water bottles to create our polyester. And it's from these recycled fibers that we make our signature fabric, ECOMOVE.


This fabric is ORAKI's most popular, and for good reason. Ultra-comfortable, it hugs your shape and feels like a second skin. Its lightly brushed interior produces a "peach-skin" effect, offering unmatched softness. Our ECOMOVE leggings are also squat-proof, with unbreakable V-seams that shape the buttocks. Made from a unique BPA-free, anti-bacterial material, it releases moisture as you move, and dries quickly. And pet owners will be happy to know that hair doesn't stick to the fabric.

Recycled nylon


Recycled nylon is a must for clothing designed for high-intensity training. Our ECOFLEX and ECORIB fabrics, both made from recycled nylon, offer the same properties we love so much about traditional nylon, plus they're more environmentally friendly.


Lightweight, soft, breathable and four-way stretch, ECOFLEX fabric is ideal for high-intensity sports and summer training.

Mainly used in the manufacturing of our leggings and sports shorts, this antibacterial fabric stands out for its moisture resistance. Particularly appreciated on hot days, ECOFLEX dries quickly, guaranteeing superior comfort during all types of training.


ECORIB fabric is similar to ECOFLEX in its high moisture resistance and ability to keep the body dry. Offering a great four-way stretch, it is an eye-catcher thanks to its ribbed texture.

Made from 76% recycled nylon, ECORIB appeals to power-training enthusiasts and is adaptable to even the hottest conditions.


Natural fibers, unlike synthetic fibers derived from petroleum, decompose naturally. By choosing to manufacture a large proportion of our garments in natural fibers, we reduce our ecological footprint and support a circular economy, promoting a more sustainable way of life.

Dented corn

Dented corn is on the rise as an eco-responsible solution in the fashion industry. Derived from the corn plant, this natural fiber offers numerous environmental and performance advantages. At ORAKI, we use it in our Sorona fiber.


Sorona®, a biodegradable fiber, is the ideal combination of performance and longevity. Lightweight, soft and breathable, Sorona® fabric is a favorite of sports and outdoor enthusiasts, as it resists moisture and keeps the body dry.

Clothing made from Sorona® fiber resists wear and tear, retaining its original shape and appearance even after repeated washing and use.

Wood pulp

Derived from sustainably managed forests, wood pulp is increasingly used in the creation of textile fibers. Soft to the touch, this biodegradable material feels light and fluid, making it ideal for everyday clothing.


Naia fiber is synonymous with softness and ease. Made from wood pulp, mainly eucalyptus and beech, it is used in the manufacture of ultralight clothing. In addition to its fluidity and comfort, ideal for everyday wear, this fabric is biodegradable and compostable.


ECOVERO fiber is Naia's little sister. It is also produced from wood pulp. ECOVERO clothing is renowned for its stretch, superior softness, and longevity. This fiber is mainly found in our T-shirts and camisoles.