Moncler reaffirms its commitment to the environment by announcing the launch of a selection of men’s, women’s and children’s jackets made entirely from sustainable materials.
Concrete expression of the strategic sustainability plan Moncler Born to Protect announced in October 2020, the jackets express the company’s vision towards a circular economy, the fight against climate change and a responsible supply chain.
The “Moncler Born to Protect” jackets are available in a single color variant, black. Respect for the environment is a principle that involves everyone, always, and that is why the coats have been made in a color suitable for any occasion. The “Moncler Born to Protect” logo embellishes the outside, and inside the garments, Monduck – the duck mascot that has appeared on the linings of Moncler jackets since the 1960s – tells a story of sustainability.
The search for sustainable materials also extends to packaging: all the paper comes from responsibly managed forests and, moreover, that used for shopping bags and gift boxes is also recycled.
Men’s jackets range from snug protection to Nicaise to the silhouette enriched by a large pocket Gaite, up to the versatile Dabos with removable hood and sleeves. The women’s selection includes the classic down jacket Teremba, the long jacket Lemenez, is Gatope, with the comfortable openings on the sides. The models Gaite is Lemenez are also available in the enfant version, for future supporters of the planet, while Hasan is the mini option dedicated to babies.