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Cotopaxi is already sustainably motivated and is becoming much more sustainable.
This week the outdoor brand and B-Corp Cotopaxi announced their destination 100% of its products are only using responsible, recycled or reused materials by 2022.
So far, 90% of the products meet at least one of these criteria. Cotopaxi’s noble goal of throwing away new goods and switching to reused / recycled material is already evident in its offers, such as the 100% reused The day series.
The list of products that Cotopaxi will use for its products in the future includes recycled materials, reused materials or down components with Fair Trade certification, Bluesign certification and RDS certification. In addition, all products meet one or more of these criteria, which Cotopaxi describes as “sustainability characteristics”.
Cotopaxi Del Día packs are made from 100% recycled materials
Here is the current product line from Cotopaxi:
- 80% of the product collections have one or more sustainability features
- 90% of all products have one or more sustainability features (146 of 162 products)
- 94% of items sold in 2020 were made from reused or recycled materials
And the articles that have not achieved sustainable properties? Cotopaxi will reshape them all with his Activewear clothing See the biggest updates in 2021.
Since the establishment of the brand in 2014, Cotopaxi has got the cargo going with recycled and scrap materials. “U.Singing leftover textiles was literally part of their founding principles,Wrote Cotopaxis PR.
And this feeling of being scrapped gives the brand its character. Learn more about Cotopaxi’s goal for sustainable materials Here.
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Mary is based in GearJunkie’s Denver, CO office. She has degrees in English and Journalism and has been writing professionally for over four years. Her outdoor interests range from running to sport climbing, from landscape photography to pack paddleboarding. If she’s not writing, you can most likely find her on top of a fourteen or at a local bakery.