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4 Winter Coats that are Stylish, Sustainable and Vegan

If you are in the market for a new winter coat, look no further! These ones are Stylish, Sustainably Made and Vegan - because who needs to wear animals to stay warm? 

Copy Winter Hooded Parka by Save the Duck

Save the Duck is a company based in Milan. Their garments are 100% animal free and they use their unique technology to replace goose feathers with a warmer and more breathable material. The Copy Winter Hooded Parka is one of their warmest coat and has challenged the freezing temperatures of Antarctica. If you need something a bit less heavy duty, they also recently launched a new collection of jackets with fabric and padding made entirely from recycled plastic bottles.

 

Alpine Parka by Frank and Oak

Frank and Oak was founded in Montreal in 2012. Their cruelty-free and sustainable outerwear is made from recycled polyester and recycled featherless insulation that’s just as warm as down. All of their clothes are produced by certified manufacturing partners, using low-impact production methods.


ReNew Puffy Puff by Everlane

Everlane just debuted a new collection made from recycled plastic bottles. The brand has vowed to eliminate all virgin plastic in its apparel, shoes, accessories and packaging by 2021. Their ReNew Puffy Puff is made from 100% recycled fabric and filled with 100% recycled, high-performance Primaloft insulation. 

Vosque 3-in-1 Parka by Patagonia

Patagonia needs no introduction, the American clothing company was a pioneer in sustainability. Setting a model in brand transparency, Patagonia has always used its platform to raise awareness and advocacy for environmental issues. A lot of their winter coats are made from recycled down (duck and goose down reclaimed from down products). However, there also have vegan options like the Vosque 3-in-1 parka, made from recycled nylon and recycled polyester.

 

 

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