Relwen’s Windzip Jacket Boasts Alternative Down for Sustainable Insulation

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Finding the perfect jacket for winter is never easy, and pinning the right one down for transitional seasons is even more difficult. Luckily, Relwen’s Windzip Jacket is built to operate as well in the winter as it will come springtime, assuring you won’t need to worry about buying a whole new piece when April rolls around.

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The breathable Windzip boasts a water-resistant exterior that excels in combatting rainfall. This weatherized shell is composed of a nylon and spandex blend, paving the way for a balance of strength and stretch. Best of all, the cozy piece boasts 60 grams of down-alternative filling, so it’s enviously warm and eco-friendlier than typical goose-down material. And in case that isn’t enough to take on your local forecast, it features a tall, stand-up collar composed of double-layer quilted material, so it practically doubles as a turtleneck.

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For enhanced water protection and function, it is finished with a trusty dual closure, a Lycra-bound set of cuffs, and a trio of deep pockets to ensure your gear stays secure. Available in a quartet of colors — Bright Navy, Light Steel, Midnight, and Pine — the quilted piece of outerwear can operate well with any outfit you had in mind, guaranteeing it’s still as stylish as it is functional.

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Relwen’s Windzip Jacket is available on Huckberry for $268.