The winter also has its positive sides. You can eventually ski, snowboard and ice skate again, as well as stomping through the snow and throwing snowballs. For everyone who likes to be outside in the cold and the snow, we've developed this SYMPATEX® thermal coat. The design is not just functional, but also clean and classic. The colour - a rich dark green - is a real stand out feature.
In temperatures around zero and in wet weather, this coat keeps you warm and dry. The SYMPATEX® material and the fleece lining are made of recycled polyester, the waterproofing is free from PFCs and PFOAs, the membrane is free from PTFE and due to the high grade sorting purity, this coat can also be recycled again when you're done with it. Large pockets mean you have enough space for your hands, mobile phone, spare change and ski pass. The adjustable waistband, cuffs and hood also make sure you'll stay warm and are protected from the wind. So get in this coat and get outside! There's no excuse.
Recycled and produced with carbon offset: we're proud to be one of the first brands in the sport and streetwear sector to offer a completely carbon neutrally produced functional jacket together with the membrane manufacturer SYMPATEX® and the climate protection consultancy ClimatePartner.
How does carbon offsetting work?
Despite the conscious choice of environmentally friendly materials and partners, it is inevitable that greenhouse gases are released during the production process. To keep CO2 emissions as low as possible, here at bleed we use only recycled or biodegradable materials in our collections, we keep an eye on water consumption and we use electricity from renewable energy sources.
With the SYMPATEX® Active coat, production takes place in China which means the transportation routes are a bit longer. That's why we wanted to go a step further: together with SYMPATEX® and ClimatePartner, we calculated the environmental footprint that results from producing this jacket and balanced it out by supporting an important forest conservation project in Kenya.