11 Eco-Friendly Winter Coats to Fend Off the Deep Freeze

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BUNDLE UP

Clad in weather-resistant recycled polyester, Nau’s pullover-style “Allee” features 650-fill goose down, a drawcord funnel neck, and two front hand pockets for maximum warmth. You can even roll down the three-quarter sleeves for extra coverage. Plus, Nau donates 2 percent of every sale to a Partners for Change charity of your choosing.

+ Allee Down Pullover $210

+ Nau

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HAVE A BALL

Lauded by People for Ethical Treatment Treatment of Animals for its cruelty-free spin on insulation, The North Face’s “Thermoball” collection uses a system of synthetics to provide the equivalent warmth of 600-fill goose down. The quilted parka’s mid-thigh length is built for tundra-trudging, while the cinched drawcord makes for a flattering fit.

+ Thermoball Parka $230

+ The North Face

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FANTASTIC PLASTIC

Winter warriors rejoice! Ecoalf’s down-insulated “Uma” coat checks all your chill-chasing boxes. It even wins points with Ma Nature: Each garment comprises the equivalent of 150 recycled plastic bottles.

+ Uma Ultralight Down Coat $227.50

+ Ecoalf

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REAL SWELL

Derived from fabrics that would otherwise be discarded, the “Berryessa” jacket by Swellas features a full liner, a weather-resistant outer shell, and medium-weight fill to keep you extra-snug. Even better? With every purchase, Swellas provides a jacket to a person in need.

+ Berryessa Jacket $95

+ Swellas

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3 Responses to “11 Eco-Friendly Winter Coats to Fend Off the Deep Freeze”

  1. brooke vlasich (@@PassportCouture) says:

    Love the Swellas coat and their commitment to provide others with necessary clothing. I also found Nau to have lots of great options for outdoor clothing.

  2. Zyxomma says:

    Almost completely unimpressed. I remember wearing nylon down-filled coats from the first time around (and polyester’s even worse). I was so hot on the subway, I had to REMOVE my stupid, Michelin-man coat or be drenched in sweat. OTOH, it was NOT warm enough for outside temperatures. I love down for a sleeping bag, but no thanks to wearing one on the street. The Ventile coat looks like a winner, and many of the designs are appealing. I’ll stick to my nice, warm, beautiful vintage — the cashmere swing coat with silk lining, the furs that are older than I am — and keep cozy and warm, without spending. Yes, occasionally, my fellow vegans tongue-lash me for wearing fur (and leather boots). I reply that I’ve been eating at the bottom of the food chain for as long as they’ve been alive, don’t drive, live four flights up in a building well over a hundred years old, buy electricity from a wind ESCO that donates to progressive causes, etc. If they can’t handle my wearing very old fur, they can feel free to unfriend me. I don’t live in Hawaii, I live in NYC.

  3. chick says:

    Ventile uses a fluorocarbon based DWR so its not very ecofriendly!!!

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ventile

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