Moncler debuts range of sustainable jackets

by Stephen Garner

Moncler has released a range of jackets entirely made of sustainable materials for men, women, and children.

The new jackets only come in black, which, according to the outerwear brand, serve as a nod to its versatility as a coat that can be worn at any occasion. The jacket also features the Moncler Born to Protect insignia embellished on the outer, and the Monduck, the plumed character featured on the lining of the brand’s jackets since the 1960s, tells a sustainable story on the inside of the jacket. The item’s packaging is also sustainable: all paper is sourced from responsibly managed forests, and additionally to this, the shopping bags and gift boxes also include recycled paper.

Men’s jackets range from the full-body protection of the voluminous Nicaise, the Gaite with a prominent front pocket, and the versatile Dabos with detachable hood and sleeves. For women the Teremba is a rolling down quilted jacket, the Lemenez a supersized and slimline protective shape, and the Gatope an all-purpose jacket cut at the hips. The Gaite and Lemenez are shrunk in children’s sizes, while the Hasan is the mini option for babies.

This new launch is part of the brand’s “Born to Protect” plan, its strategic sustainability commitment announced in October. The plan represents the company’s commitment to sustainable development, focusing on five strategic drivers: climate action, circular economy, fair sourcing, enhancing diversity, and giving back to local communities.