Cold Weather Must-Haves, Eco-Insulated Jackets

27 Jan

Storm Creek is bringing in a line of recycled content jackets to help battle the winter cold. In the case of Storm Creek, the recycled material is being used in the interior of the jackets, as insulation, instead of the other shell of jacket, as we have seen with PCNA and other brands.

Two styles to take a look at with Storm Creek are their Eco-insulated Travelpack jackets, and their Luxe Eco-Insulated jackets. From the manufacturer;

Eco-insulated Travelpack jackets; No room in your luggage for an insulated jacket? No worries. This packable, super lightweight travel coat offers 60 gsm of Thermolite® EcoMade insulation to ensure that the warmth comes along, wherever you go.

Luxe Eco-Insulated jackets; Warm. Waterproof. Breathable. Adjustable. The Luxe truly has it all. This versatile piece of outerwear is ready to go wherever the cold takes you. The StormX™ Herringbone Polyester Fabric and EcoMade Insulation (165 gsm) keep out the cold and wet.

Both jackets are very nice. And for both there is no way for the consumer to actually tell these jackets have any recycled content unless you tell them. Aside from a hangtag with the jackets, they have little to identify them as recycled. Of course adding the recycled content information into the decoration of the jackets is always an option.

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If you are interested in these products to promote your own business, or if you wish to see some samples, email for information and pricing.

And as always, if you really want to do something sustainable, do not buy promotional products. All products are consumption at one level or another. So if you must buy, 1) Buy local (i.e. made in USA), 2) Buy useful, long lasting items, 3) Buy sustainable/recycled/recyclable products if possible.


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