this section of our website is dedicated only to our registered B2B retailers, allowing to place orders through our online platform.
You will be able to build your order as if you were ordering from a standard eshop, check photographs, read every and each technical sheet, leave your merchandise in the cart and place the order when and if you are sure and ready.
The first time, before you start, you will be required to register and leave all your company details for administration purposes by clicking REGISTER.
In case you would wish to check the condition such as timing, cost of duties or similar of a particular wished order before you officially place it or you simply don't have your budget approved, you can easily send the order and add to the note that the same is yet to be confirmed. Our Customer Service will treat it as a Draft Order still to be confirmed.
All the approval processing will anyway be dealt through an official Order Confirmation by email which will have to be followed by your signature or, even better, by an official PO on your side. Until then nothing is yet official!
In case you need assistance please write us at email@example.com or call us +39 035 42 84 789.
We hope you will enjoy this new, modern, fast and easy way to communicate and we look forward to continuing growing the business with you
Back Label Team
Ligh Sweat Cargo Pants
With these cargo pants, Back Label wants to pay homage to the 1980s with a technical technical japanese fleece fabrication. Crafted in Italy with a mid-rise elasticated drawstring waist in silk, front and back pockets. Pair them with our perfect Thshirt and any of our japanese fleece hoodies.
Light weight Japanese Fleece. The weaving technique by which the texture is formulated creates a unique sensation on the skin. This fleece has been produced in Japan and imported in Italy.
Handcrafted in Italy
This garment is 100% handcrafted in Italy, from cut & stich to the final product.
Back label the wellness wear refuses the use of polyester; a cheap, petrol-chemical derived material commonly used in sportswear and garment industry. Wearing polyester equals to wrapping your skin up in plastic. As pores are clocked, the epidermis tends to suffocate resulting in toxins and body oil getting trapped within the fibers; hence there comes the unpleasant mould smell that persists even after many washing cycles.
On top of that, polyester micro particles that cannot be filtered by common washing machines, are constantly released in our oceans, irreversibly damaging our marine fauna and environmental balance.