Take things back to the basics in this eco-conscious coat from Patagonia. The Pile Lined Trucker Jacket has handwarmer pockets so hands will stay toasty, and the HeiQ® Eco Dry PFC-free DWR finish ensures that you will have protection against water and water-based stains for superior outdoor longevity.
- Body: 64% Regenerative Organic Certified™ Cotton, 35% Recycled Cotton, 1% Spandex Foam-Dyed Denim
- Collar: 100% Organic Cotton 14-Wale Corduroy
- Torso Lining: 100% Recycled Polyester ¼"- Pile Fleece
- Sleeve Lining: 100% Recycled Polyester Taffeta With a HeiQ® Eco Dry PFC-Free DWR Finish
- Front Handwarmer Pockets
- Dual Chest Pockets With Flaps and Metal Button Closure
- Sleeves: 80
- bluesign® Approved
- Fair Trade Certified™ Sewing
- Hip Length.
- Made in Sri Lanka.
- Metal Snap Button Cuffs.
- Twill Tape Trimmed Handwarmer Pockets.
Organic Cotton - Grown using methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment. Organic production reduce the use of toxic pesticides and fertilizers which in turn is better for earth and humans alike.
Recycled Cotton - By using reclaimed cotton these products conserve resources as well as reducing landfill waste.
Recycled Polyester - Saves about 4.5 plastic bottles from the landfill per garment.
Thermogreen® - Lightweight 100% polyester (90% recycled) that stays warm, even when wet.
Synthetic insulation is measured in grams, so a jacket with a 80g rating simply means that a 1 meter by 1 meter piece of that particular jacket's insulation weighs 80 grams. The higher the rating, the warmer the jacket.
bluesign® Approved - Since 2000, Patagonia has been working with bluesign® to evaluate and reduce resource consumption in the material supply chain.
bluesign® offers the highest level of consumer safety employing methods and materials in their manufacture that conserve resources and minimize impacts on people and the environment.
Fair Trade Certified™ Sewing - For every Fair Trade Certified™ item produced for Patagonia, they pay a community-development premium. The money goes into an account controlled by the cooperative of farmers or association of factory workers who decide how best to use it. The funds are designated for social, economic and environmental development projects. For example, cotton farmers may choose to use the money for agricultural improvements, rainwater catchment systems or to build a school or a health clinic. Workers in Fair Trade factories may invest in healthcare for their children, bicycles for easier transit to and from work or a cash bonus.
All workers in the factories and farms that make Fair Trade Certified™ clothing benefit from the funds, whether they work directly on Patagonia products or not.
The arms are extremely long (at least for me). For reference i am 5'06 w the smallest size jacket available. It looks ok and is warm, but not a perfect fit.