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Patagonia M's Better Sweater Jacket

Patagonia M's Better Sweater Jacket

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Regular price 132.00 €
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SUSTAINABILITY > Leader More info

This product is in the last size, so we're giving you an extra 10 % discount on it. Use the code 'LASTSIZES' in the checkout (the discount also applies to already discounted products).

Patagonia M's Better Sweater Jacket - a light and practical men's jacket made of recycled polyester, which you will appreciate not only in autumn.

  • Regular fit
  • Bluesign® and Fairtrade certification
  • Raglan sleeves
  • Zip fastening
  • Chest pocket with zip closure, two side pockets
  • Made in Sri Lanka
  • Made from recycled polyester

Product code : pg1635

Brand
Patagonia

It all began innocently, and it was a climbing shop with climbing equipment and materials. Member of the California Sokol Club and climbing enthusiast Yvon Chouinard drove to Scotland in 1970 and bought rugby jersey for climbing purposes. He brought a few jerseys to the US but immediately sold them out.Since Chouinard was selling more and more clothes, it was time to change strategy and start producing his own clothes and selling them under his brand.

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Patagonia and Sustainability

The brand Patagonia received 6 out of 7 points and has the status „Leader”. Therefore it deserves our Sustainable tag.
Read more about our criteria for assessing sustainability.

Material

Material

The Patagonia brand uses sustainable materials such as natural rubber, organic cotton, organic hemp, recycled cotton, recycled polyester, Tencel Lyocell or Econyl.

Dyeing

Dyeing

The brand guarantees that the dyes used in the production are not harmful to the environment or the workers who handle them.

Production

Production

The brand is responsible for ensuring that workers throughout the supply chain have good working conditions. They operate in a safe environment and have adequate wages.

Supply chain knowledge

Supply chain knowledge

The brand knows its suppliers up to level 3 - therefore it knows the supplier of raw materials.

Production radius

Production radius

The complete production chain has a longer path than 10 000 km.

CSR

CSR

Patagonia is a proud partner of 1% for the Planet, founded by Yvon Chouinard, the founder of Patagonia.

Certificates

Certificates

The B Corporation certification is a certification given to companies by the non-profit organization B Lab. Certified companies must meet the highest standards of social and environmental behaviour, public transparency and legal responsibility for balancing profit and purpose. This creates a community in which the power of business is used for a good cause. Specifically, the B Corp community strives for a healthier environment, building a stronger community, and creating better jobs which can at the same time lower poverty and reduce inequality.
Is a system that was created in Switzerland in 2000. Bluesign® represents a vision of a gentle approach to the production of textiles and means for its protection or maintenance. The certificate covers the entire production chain from the acquisition of material to the use of chemicals needed for the treatment, cleaning or maintenance of clothing. The Bluesign® label on textile products guarantees, that the product has been manufactured in a safer and more sustainable environment for the people who work and live in it. Bluesign® thus minimizes the impact of the textile industry on the environment and at the same time seeks to encourage the textile industry to increase its efforts in the field of sustainable processes.
Is an alternative approach to conventional trade. The Fairtrade approach is based on partnerships between manufacturers and buyers of products. A fair commodity price (e.g. organic cotton, flax, etc.) ensures that farmers and workers get paid fairly, grow their crops with respect for the environment and their children can attend school.
An international non-profit organization founded in 1993. FSC certification guarantees that products have been created in accordance with the principles of sustainable forest management.
GOTS certification guarantees that the products are made of organic textile fibbers and the entire production process is environmentally friendly. This protects the environment, the health of workers and final consumers. At the same time, the Global Organic Textile Standard includes requirements for the ethical and social aspects of production. Farmers and production workers are provided with good working conditions.
It is an international standard that aims to increase the use of recycled materials in products and reduce the damage caused by the production.
Regenerative Organic Certified® is a revolutionary new certification for food, textiles and personal care. Farms and products with this certification meet the world's highest standards for soil health, animal welfare and good working conditions for farmers.
The Sustainable Apparel Coalition (SAC) is a group of apparel and footwear brands, retailers, manufacturers, NGOs, academic experts and government organizations working to reduce the environmental and social impacts of the textile industry. SAC members are collaborating on the development of the Higg Index.
The US Department of Agriculture grants its own certification to products that come from organic farming (the minimum limit is 95%). In addition to the origin of raw materials, ingredients, handling or packaging, access to animals is also controlled. These animals must come from a free range and must be fed with food from organic farming without any added antibiotics and hormones.

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