Patagonia M's Isthmus Parka
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Patagonia M's Isthmus Parka - men's parka inspired by the design of outdoor clothing of the 60's is made of 100% recycled nylon from fishing nets. A really high-quality jacket that will perfectly protect against all the vagaries of the weather and you will still look good in it.
- Regular fit
- Detachable hood with hidden adjustment cords
- Hood lined with warm recycled fleece
- Fastening with two-way zipper and studs
- Four stud pockets
- One inside zip pocket
- Adjustable sleeve cuffs
- Bottom hem with drawstring
- Fair Trade Certified ™
- Made from recycled nylon from fishing nets
- Felix measures 188 cm and is wearing a size L
Product code : pg1208
- Material: 100% recycled nylon NetPlus ™ (from recycled fishing nets)
- Recycled polyester lining
- Bluesign® certification
- Weight: 1211 g
It all began innocently, and it was a climbing shop with climbing equipment and materials. Member of the California Sokol Club and climbing enthusiast Yvon Chouinard drove to Scotland in 1970 and bought rugby jersey for climbing purposes. He brought a few jerseys to the US but immediately sold them out. So he ordered more tricks from New Zealand and Argentina, and that started a little madness.
Patagonia and Sustainability
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