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66North’s sustainable Kria capsule is crafted using last season’s leftover products

A collection in-keeping with the brand’s sustainability commitment to never throw away product

  • Tayler Willson
  • 14 February 2020
66North’s sustainable Kria capsule is crafted using last season’s leftover products

66North’s Kria capsule may look like just another excellent concoction of big outerwear from Iceland’s finest coat makers, but there’s a twist.

In-keeping with the brand’s commitment to long-term sustainability, this 90s-inspired capsule collection has been crafted using leftover product and material from previous collections.

The Neoshell jacket pays homage to the original Kria jacket that was first produced in 1991. This latest edition is made in a highly technical Polartec Neoshell fabric, providing exceptional protection from wind and water without compromising breathability.

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Whilst cut specifically for an oversized fit, additional drawstrings over the waist allow you to tighten and adapt the jacket to your colorways needs.

Blending leftover fabric, the brand has continued the vintage colorblocked designs for 2020. Produced entirely out of their factory, the capsule features a functional Polartec Neoshell jacket and pant set, a Polartec Thermal Pro fleece half-zip jumper and vest, retro base-layer shirt, a bucket hat and fleece beanie.

Check out the full collection on the 66North website now. The full collection is available now from 66North stores across Iceland, as well as from their online store.

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Tayler Willson is Mixmag's Digital Fashion Editor, follow him on Twitter

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