An emerging company is fighting back against companies who design clothes that are designed to fall apart with a hooded sweatshirt intended to last for 10 years.
Flint and Tinder, a clothing company that is aimed at giving people more for less, claims that it uses a more durable stitching style so that its 10-Year Hoodies last longer.
They even offer to fix the customer's hoodie free of charge within 10 years of its purchase.
The company is asking for pledges via KickStarter to get the hoodie line up and running. Its goal was only $50,000, but has already received over $300,000 in pledges.