Craghoppers Explores the Power of Water for SS23
With items constructed using recycled materials such as plastic bottles that were originally sent to landfills across the UK.
Yorkshire-based Outerwear brand Craghoppers has just presented its first collection of 2023.
Following up on the label’s technically-focused “Day Trippin’” capsule, this latest drop from the outerwear imprint taps into the importance of water as a natural source of inspiration. With this in mind, the collection has been crafted while actively reducing its consumption of water by carefully sourcing more sustainable materials through organic cotton and new leather tanning processes.
Now, Craghoppers’ latest drop sees the brand introduce a new selection of technical outerwear with highlights coming in the form of new legwear, fleeces, tops, and headwear. Furthermore, trousers have been included in the collection that feature detachable legs and hoods, and an assemblage of waterproof fabrications have been used across new zip-up jackets and utility trousers.
Rounding off the collection, Craghoppers’ most popular trouser style, the Kiwi, has been constructed using recycled materials such as plastic bottles that were originally sent to landfills across the UK.
You can take a closer look at the new collection from Craghoppers above and it will be available on the brand’s official website from February 7.
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