Behind the Seams of our Sculpture Tights Production Cycle.

"Sustainable innovation is at the core of what we do!"

From fabric choices to technical features and fit, every decision is rooted in evolving our designs to bring out your better. Our product promise is to deliver high quality and high standards in everything we do, which includes our sustainability practices and production processes. In an era of increasing pressure around environmental issues we remain conscious at Casall to continually make progress in our efforts to reduce our negative impact on the planet.

Simply put, the textile industry is part of the industries that continuously harm the environment because of the high water consumption and presence of various pollutants in the wastewater. With this in mind, it is important to us to be highly selective not just in the choice of our raw materials but in the production processes and facilities behind the construction of our products. For Casall – where quality and sustainability are not mutually exclusive - how our products are made is as important as what they are made of.



A far-sighted company cannot escape the need to plan more responsible development. Casall’s Sculpture Tights are made in Sensitive® Fabrics by the Italian mill EUROJERSEY. A progressive and innovative fabric producer who in 2007 decided to join and promote change by proving efficiency and reducing the environmental impact of its production processes.

With the SensitivEcoSystem® project, EUROJERSEY has developed a set of practices and technologies aimed at reducing the use of water, energy, chemicals and waste. SensitivEcoSystem® is an inclusive vision, a strategy that involves every single process. This is made possible by the fact that everything happens in just one place in Italy:

EUROJERSEY makes its own Sensitive® Fabrics exclusively in the Caronno Pertusella (VA) plant, without resorting to delocalization. Therefore, the company manages to keep every single step in the production cycle under strict control and to constantly monitor the results of its commitment to the environment.

"Casall was first in the sport industry to start working with Eurojersey in 1992. They were already then one of the world's leading suppliers of highly technical fabrics and sustainability has always been in focus for them as well as for us. We have worked closely with Eurojersey to develop the Sculpture fabric. We strived for the ultimate fabric that offers both support and shape whilst not loosing movement and comfort, the result speaks for itself - possibly the best fabric for tights out there in the market!"

Carl-Axel Surtevall, founder of Casall.


PEF (Product Environmental Footprint) is set of very specific and well-defined criteria that measure the environmental footprint across the entire life cycle of a product. Compared to the previously available measuring systems, PEF has the advantage of being much more comprehensive, detailed and reliable, since it is based on methods and parameters that have already been extensively tested.

Estimating the environmental impact through PEF allows companies to learn about their own footprint in detail, identifying critical points and possible ways to reduce their footprint. Far from affecting the competitiveness of the product and the company, this self-assessment system provides an important opportunity for improvement.

Production inevitably leaves a mark on the world, but we have the duty and the responsibility to make this trace the least invasive. Getting a clear image of our footprint is the only way to make it lighter. For many years, companies have been measuring their environmental footprint by resorting to various methods and initiatives, yet they were lacking a global assessment system over- coming fragmentation and appearing more reliable in the eyes of final consumers.

To solve this problem, in 2013 the European Union Joint Research Centre (JRC) developed the PEF system, inviting all European businesses to adopt it as a common method. By adding the PEF assessment to the SensitivEcoSystem® program EUROJERSEY committed to leveraging the opportunities associated with production in order to further improve its environmental performances. The project involves the entire supply chain, from thread production to fabric delivery.


Respecting natural elements means protecting life on the planet, which ultimately depends on those elements. EUROJERSEY is doing its part to safeguard the world’s most precious resources, carefully measuring the consequences of its production processes on the health of our land, air and water. More specifically, the assessment focused on water consumption, the impact of greenhouse gas emissions and energy use. For more information; Read here!



What is the impact of our water consumption?
This parameter estimates the impoverishment of water resources caused by human activities carried out in a specific area, comparing water consumption to local water availability.


How much do we contribute to climate change?
This parameter estimates the influence of greenhouse gas emissions on global average temperature changes and their consequences on the world’s climate over a century.


To what extent are we responsible for the exhaustion of natural resources? This parameter estimates the total amount of energy consumed to make a product, taking into account its entire life cycle and consumption from manufacturing, processing and transportation.


At Casall our purpose is simple: to be a little bit better today than we were yesterday, every single day. From product development to personal training and environmental sustainability… our mantra is always “Forever Better”. Above all, we’re dedicated to creating the most beautiful product designs for both people AND the planet.

Through our collaboration with EUROJERSEY, adopting the PEF assessment system is not the end of the road: it is the beginning of a new journey that will lead the company to learning more about its own footprint. From today onwards, every step we take will be a lighter and more conscious step towards a sustainable tomorrow. Preserving the future is a duty for every business: those who avoid it are already running up an inextinguishable debt with the world.