Patagonia has delivered its latest series bn gb of sustainable garments for the season, releasing an “ultrawarm contemporary jacket” that boasts recyclable properties from the inside out. Offered in three neutral-toned colorways — “Bearfoot Tan,” “Ink Black,” and “Logwood Brown” — the piece is crafted of sherpa fleece on the exterior and then filled with reclaimed down for an extra-cozy outerwear option.
The jacket features a 1/2” high-pile fleece for a cushy shell and a 700-fill-power insulation that’s made from repurposed duck and goose down materials. To continue the eco-friendly statement, the lining has been made of 100% recycled polyester and then coated with a durable water repellent to enhance the functional capabilities. Other details such as elastic smocking along the cuffs, a zippered hand-warmer pockets and a zip-front closure add more functional elements. Meanwhile, the label’s signature Patagonia patch finishes it off with a hit of branding on the chest.
The Recycled High-Pile Fleece Down Jacket is priced at $279 USD and available now exclusively at Patagonia’s webstore.
Elsewhere, the brand has recently unveiled its Patagonia “ReCrafted” program, which will encompass garments and bags created from clothing that can no longer be repaired.