Canada Goose has launched a capsule collection made from feather-light recycled ripstop as part of its commitment to switch to 90% fiber and preferred materials, which include recycled and organic materials by 2025.
The five-piece HumanNature capsule was designed for both humans and the planet, says Canada Goose, and is the brand’s largest collection using preferred fibers and materials following its Sustainable impact strategy announced last year.
HumanNature introduces the Standard Expedition parka from Canada Goose, along with four new overcoats and puffers for men and women, all made from feather-light ripstop, the recycled version of the brand’s proprietary fabric.
Each style has been created from 100% recycled nylon, the performance qualities of the durable version of the ultralight ripstop remain, making these styles durable, water repellent and lightweight. They also feature cashmere contact points for added comfort, along with adjustable and removable features, to provide versatility between seasons and weather.
In addition, the down throughout the HumanNature capsule is also of 100% responsible origin, aligned with its sustainable impact strategy, with Canada Goose achieving Responsible Down Standard (RDS) certification in November 2021.
The capsule has an undyed monochromatic natural color “Griege”, which Canada Goose adds is “useful”. By not dyeing these fabrications, the brand has eliminated chemicals and water required for the dyeing process.
“Griege” is an exclusive feature of Canada Goose’s HumanNature collections, which first appeared with the Standard Expedition Parka, and the brand adds that the “distinguished palette” will continue as it expands its clothing, apparel and clothing. durable accessories.
The Canada Goose HumanNature capsule collection is available in select Canada Goose stores worldwide and on its website. Prices start at 1,495 pounds.