German outerwear brand Jack Wolfskin’s latest Terra Rise waterproof breathable shell is the first to combine Tencel lyocell textiles with the company's proprietary Texapore Ecosphere membrane, which is manufactured from reused/recycled pre-and post-consumer waste.
Since its founding in 1981, the premier outdoor clothing business asserts that sustainability has been an intrinsic element of its culture and strategy, and it has embraced initiatives like sustainable dyeing techniques and the use of natural fibers like organic cotton and hemp in its products.
Daniele Grasso, vice president of product and apparel at Jack Wolfskin, said that the Terra Rise's membrane is garbage - literally. They were able to successfully mix a natural technical outer fabric with a recycled high-performance membrane by working with their Tencel partners. It's a win for the environment as well as anyone who wants to look great while working in wet and windy conditions.
The Terra Rise 3L provides total weather protection and utilitarian features, including an attached hood, reflective accents for visibility, hand pockets, and broad cuff adjustments, and is offered in a contemporary men's hip-length and longer women's thigh-length design. The jacket develops its unique look over time as it patinas from use and exposure to the elements, adding to its individual appeal without sacrificing performance.
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