We have all become a little bit more aware of how and where our clothing is being made. A few brands have really stepped up to the plate and built trust in delivering high-quality, low environmental impact products that promote responsible economic development – brands such as Frank And Oak.
Nothing personifies their innovative, modern design approach more than The Capital Waterproof Parka, which uses 60% recycled polyesters to create a classic looking jacket, set to be one of the Canadian brand’s most sought after pieces this season.
A two-way breathable layer allows you to stay warm without overheating, taking moisture away from your core, keeping you snug and dry even when you’re on the move. A full closure zip with magnet closings block out cutting winter winds, whilst a neoprene collar stops heat escaping from around your neck – helping you maintain your natural body temperature.
This elegant parka more than stands up against winter chills and will keep you cosy in temperatures as low as -30° / -22 F. So, whether you’re flitting around the city for a spot of Christmas shopping or up in the mountains for a family skiing trip, you’ll stay looking sharp whilst feeling warm. Not quite a ski jacket, but it will work.
Shop The Capital Parka $499 USD