Montreal, Dec. 13 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The new water-resistant winter coat for women from Frank And Oak, which complements its entire line of outerwear and accessories for modern Canadian living, offers 20K breathability / 20K for dynamic winter activities. While most jackets and coats on the market do not exceed 10K / 10K, anything above 15K is ideal for particularly active people engaged in activities like hiking or ski touring.
More details can be found at: https://ca.frankandoak.com/pages/womens-sustainable-winter-outerwear
The new Women’s Highland Long Quilted Jacket also features Featherless Primaloft ™ PowerPlume® insulation, elastic cuffs to retain heat, and hand pockets with snaps and fleece. The fibers mimic the warmth and appearance of natural down while remaining free from animal materials. The coat is fully machine washable.
People are now aware of the significant impact of the fashion industry on the planet, and companies are increasingly placing more importance on factors such as ethically produced materials, transparency of the chain and supply and the living wage they pay to their employees. A recent report from the Boston Consulting Group found that 40% of survey respondents plan to adopt more sustainable behaviors in the future and nearly 90% believe companies should do more to help protect the environment.
As previously announced, Frank And Oak, a Certified B Corporation, has practiced this philosophy since its inception and is typically featured on any roundup of the best sustainable lifestyle and ethical business brands in Canada. The Highland long quilted coat has been designed and produced with respect to this tradition, with a shell and lining in 100% recycled polyester.
The company designs and sells a full line of clothing for men and women, including shirts, jeans, sweaters, parkas, shorts, loungewear and footwear. Frank And Oak also sells accessories such as skincare and beauty / skin care products.
Founded in 2012 by two friends, Frank And Oak has grown into a 300-person clothing organization dedicated to capturing the essence of modern Canadian life. While style is an expression of the individual, the common necessities of daily life in Canada shape the aesthetic of the business. Designers, architects and artists, the close-knit team of the company is committed above all to setting an example by balancing profit and objective: to offer the best quality, affordable and sustainable products that leave a minimal carbon footprint on the planet.
“We never compromise on style or comfort,” said a spokesperson for the company. “And the Highland Women’s Long Quilted Coat is no exception – with its clean lines and concealed front zipper, you’ll look like the belle of the winter ball.”
More information is available at: https://ca.frankandoak.com
For more information on Frank And Oak, contact the company here:
Franc and Oak
Anne Gaël Plante
702 St-Viateur E, office 702,
Montreal, QC H2T 1A8,