Canada Goose launched a capsule collection using recycled feather-light Ripstop in its effort to transition to 90% preferred fibres and materials.
The five-piece HumanNature capsule has been designed for both people and the planet, explains Canada Goose, and marks the brands largest collection using preferred fibres and materials following its Sustainable Impact Strategy announced last year.
HumanNature has Canada Goose’s Standard Expedition Parka and four new puffers and overcoats for women and men made from recycled feather-light Ripstop, the recycled version the brand’s proprietary fabric.
The 100 percent recycled nylon used in each style is the same as the feather-light, ripstop version. This makes them durable, water-repellent, and lightweight. These styles also have cashmere touches for extra comfort and adjustable and removable features to allow you to adapt to different seasons and weather conditions.
The down in the HumanNature capsule has been responsibly sourced 100 percent. This is aligned with the Sustainable Impact Strategy. Canada Goose was certified to the Responsible Down Standard (RDS), in November 2021.
Canada Goose says the capsule is purposeful because it has a monochromatic undyed Griege colourway. These capsules are not dyed, which means that the brand has removed the need for dyeing.
Canada Goose’s HumanNature collections include Griege, an exclusive feature. The Standard Expedition Parka was the first to use the griege label. Canada Goose says that this “distinguished palette”, which is a characteristic of Canada Goose’s HumanNature collections will continue as the brand expands its range of sustainable outerwear, apparel, and accessories.
Canada Goose HumanNature capsules are available at select Canada Goose stores worldwide and online. Prices start at 1,495 pounds.