Ecogear's commitment to the protection of our great Canadian wilderness is evident in its new Ecogear Outdoor collection. Choosing endangered animal species as its theme, this collection is a reminder to all of us that we need to do more to protect our own forests and the animals that call it home. Ecogear's clothing is made from 100% recycled fibres that does not take away land for cultivation or use excessive water and energy to process. This jacket is named after the Nahanni National Park in the Northwest Territories, one of the most glorious examples of pristine Canadian wilderness.
Fabrication is in fleece with a brushed finish on the back for extra softness and warmth retention, Fibre content is 65% recycled cotton from factory clippings and 35% recycled water bottles
Left sleeve is finished with a printed logo and a stylised graphic of earth in embroidery.
Fibre content is 65% recycled cotton from factory clippings and 35% recycled water bottles,added for strength in the fabric.