1 hour ago | By Ella Hudson
May 11, 2010
We stopped by the Patagonia Showroom last week, for a recap of it’s F10 collection. As expected, Patagonia continues to impress us on multiple levels.
The Special Edition Down Sweater, boasts a 0.8-oz 100% nylon ripstop shell and lining with Deluge® DWR finish as well as 900-fill-power premium European goose down. The transparency of the shell feels modern, with a pop of color on the zipper for contrast.
Now, you may remember when we geeked out over the new Women’s Nano Storm Jacket @ Outdoor Retailer in January. A superlight, waterproof, shell…. it is an update to their Nano Puff series. 100% nylon ripstop with a waterproof/breathable H2No® barrier and Deluge® DWR finish. Shown here in a monochromatic turquoise palette, we cant wait to get our hands on one.
The O.G. Nano Puff Pullover in ultra-violet… hot in the streets and enviromentally friendly. The shell and lining are 100% recycled polyester and the jacket itself is recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program.
On the men’s tip, Patagonia takes a trip to their archives, to reference some utilitarian shapes and details. The Eco Rain Jacket is a waterproof/breathable shell in recycled/recyclable polyester. Shown in the perfect shade of navy blue with a matte finish. We are loving the extra cargo pockets and military influence.
Ideal for layering and trans-seasonal use, the Reversible Flannel Jacket is a must-have item. It’s lined, reversible, insulated with Thermogreen™ and finished with a DWR… not to mention the retro mustard and seafoam color palette.
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