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Krimson Klover RDS Down for Winter Snow Fashion 2022 (1/18/22) Collection of Down Jackets are 100% certified Responsible Down Standard (RDS)
Krimson Klover, an activewear clothing company created by women, for all women, announces its largest yet outerwear collection for the 2022 trade show season. Fall/Winter 2022 Down Jackets are 100% certified Responsible Down Standard (RDS) and the Vests are made with PrimaLoft® ultrafine recycled content fibers.
Hip, young, and cool, these new combos are a must for all women who love to play in the snow. This is a ready-to-go collection for up the mountain and down the hills for ski, snowboard, Nordic, snowshoe, or a wicked snowball fight.
“In this collection, we have taken the best in responsible warm fills and created a fashion forever look for performance and play,” says Rhonda Swenson, owner and designer of Krimson Klover. “We added more reversible models and transitional layers for both mountain and street. We aim for fewer and better favorite pieces that last longer and do more for us all.”
Krimson has insulated and padded their mid and outer layers with recycled ?bers created from collected plastic bottles. The result is eco-friendly yarn, fabric, and insulations that meet their high-quality standards. Layer these styles for cool mornings, cold nights, and everything in between.
The Responsible Down Standard (RDS) certification safeguards the welfare of geese and ducks that provide Down for the products we create and love. PrimaLoft® makes fibers backed by a history of sustainably conscious innovations with a commitment to pushing both performance and sustainability forward. PrimaLoft® diverts plastic bottles from landfills by cleaning the bottles and shredding the plastic to transform it into recycled fibers.
Swenson adds, “We do our best to source the highest quality materials from responsibly certified providers. We constantly strive to provide sustainable solutions to our consumers. With each new season, we gain more ground to deliver the best product we can to our audience.”
Krimson Klover also uses Halusin, a 100% recycled polyfill made from recycled plastic waste. Trash is turned into a resource of eco-friendly fibers that meet the brand’s high-quality standards.
This collection integrates Nocycle®, which are recycled ?bers of the highest quality for performance. Due to their hollow construction, the recycled fibers are lighter and maintain a better temperature, softness and warmth without heaviness.
Here is a sampling of outerwear for your review
The Compass Jacket utilizes 100% RDS down, featuring Krimson Klover zipper pulls and two pockets, full custom lining, thumbholes, snaps in back for adjusted ?t, and drawcord hem to help block wind.
Hooded Vesta Vest and Reversible Vest are made of PrimaLoft® ultrafine recycled content fibers.
The Peak Jacket, also in 100% RDS down, is a full-zip insulated performance jacket with 25” front and 25.5” back lengths, custom Krimson Klover zipper pulls, three pockets, and articulated power-stretch side panels with spandex for comfort and range of mobility.
The Sierra is a dressy insulated full-zip popover hooded poncho for winter, complete with two cozy hand-warming pockets. It has a nylon DWR shell and a contemporary chevron knit lining that blends polyester, rayon and spandex with 120 grams of insulation.
The Edge and Carving insulated skirts ideal for after yoga, nordic skiing, cold days in the car, or running to coffee with your bestie in winter. Both feature side phone pocket, snap detail, DWR shell and lining with poly side panels (rayon / nylon / spandex). The fill is crafted from recycled poly. The Edge skirt is the longer version (19.75” front, 21.25” back length), while the Carving skirt features a sassy 15.5” front, 16.75” back length with embroidered or knit side panels and hidden side zip, made with LENZING™, EcoVero Viscose/Poly.
This new combo is a must for millennials who live and play out in their gear. This is a ready-to-go line, for a true mountain person for ski, snowboard, hike, or climb.
Today Krimson Klover has achieved new growth by expanding accounts across Europe and the Southeast Pacific. Its most progressive collections can now be found in more than 10 countries worldwide.
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