Pangaia's Sustainable FLWRDWN Puffer Jackets Are Made of Natural Wildflowers
Make this cruelty-free outerwear piece your next go-to winter essential.
If you’ve been on the hunt for a new winter outerwear piece, Pangaia has just released a new puffer jacket available in two styles made from 100 percent recyclable quilted polyester shell. Arriving in the brand’s very own “FLWRDWN” technology, the piece is a cruelty-free alternative to goose and duck down material.
Fabricated with natural wildflowers, biopolymer and aerogel that provide performance and durability, the FLWRDWN hooded puffers will keep you warm and cozy throughout the colder months ahead. With 10 years of extensive in-lab research and development by the sustainable brand’s scientists, the piece is certified hypoallergenic, breathable and biodegradable. Take a detailed look at the both versions in the galleries above and below.
Pangaia’s FLWRDWN puffer jackets range from $550 USD to $750 USD and are now available for purchase at PANGAIA’s website. In case you missed it, be sure to check out the label’s unisex Sakura Dye T-shirt.