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This Affordable Puffer Jacket Is Made With Recycled Down Fill


October 21, 2019 Style By

Everlane’s new Re:Down puffer jacket is made with recycled down fill. Sourced from down comforters and pillows, the fill delivers the warmth and weight of new down without the cruelty associated with live-plucking practices.

Priced at $178, this affordable jacket is reversible and features windproof cuffs, button-tab pockets and a two-way zipper. On top of that, it has a recycled polyester shell with PFC-free water-repellency, so you’ll stay dry even in the worst conditions.

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