Last year, Canada Goose announcement considering getting rid of the fur and achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2025. With a new collection that features the brand’s largest capsule made from recycled materials to date, we’d say the brand is on the right track.
Called on Humanature capsule, the offer includes four new outerwear styles, as well as an updated version of its unisex style Standard Expedition Parka, which launched in January 2021. New styles include the Ryker Overcoat and Nairo Puffer for men and the Ryha Overcoat and Keifer Puffer for women. Each lightweight outerwear has a classic fit. The styles are also wind and water repellent, making them useful in extreme conditions.
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The capsule is made only from eco-friendly alternatives to conventional materials. The shell of each coat, for example, is made from 100% recycled nylon, or what the brand calls feather-light recycled ripstop. Canada Goose claims that all fibers used are responsibly sourced and help make the pieces durable. On the other hand, a few luxury additions include cashmere and fleece chin straps, as well as convenient interior straps that allow you to carry the outerwear on your back rather than with your hands or arms. Stretch cuffs are also added to protect you from the elements, along with an interior hem that retains heat.
Canada Goose says Humanity is not just a capsule collection, but calls it a “lens platform”. Aligned with that of the company Sustainability Impact Strategy which was introduced in April 2020, Humanature’s ultimate goal is to “keep the planet cold and its inhabitants warm,” according to a statement.
You can pick up the Standard Expedition Parka now for $1,950, the Ryker Overcoat for $2,295, and the Nairo Puffer for $1,795. Visit the Canada goose website for more details.
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