Patagonia | 1973
Sustainability in fashion has, in recent years, become an increasingly important topic, with no shortage of brands rushing to offer evidence that their denim uses less water than similar products produced by other companies, or that it produces fewer greenhouse gas emissions in its manufacturing processes.
But Patagonia has never had to worry about its clothes having a negative impact on the world. In fact, the brand was founded with the ethos that it wouldn’t cause any unnecessary harm to the environment, and Patagonia has donated $89 million to conservation efforts since the company made its first sale.
Made from 80% or more recycled fleece, Patagonia’s Snap-T pullover is one of its greenest achievements to date. While it’s been producing this garment for years now, the current version is Fair Trade certified, meaning you can feel even better about adding it to your winter layering rotation.
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