Waterfall print sustainable puffers made from all renewed materials. :) Recycled down filling, and recycled polyester and sorona for the garments shell and inner lining. Zippers made from recycled plastic water bottles. Sorona is a hybrid fiber composed of a renewable source (corn starch). Its production uses 30% less energy and releases 63% fewer greenhouse gases than conventional nylon and 40% less than PDO from oil. Reactive Digital Printing process saves up to 50% of water, 17% of CO2 emissions and 19% energy.
Care and Washing~
We suggest you lay your puffer unfolded for 24 hours before its first use for it to remodel itself into its ideal shape and volume.
Only wash when necessary:
Wash gently at max.30ºC / Do not bleach. / Do not iron. / Do not dry clean / Tumble dry with low heat.
For best results, we suggest you take your puffer to the dry cleaners once a year.
Stained areas can be treated with spray-on stain products or washing machine soap before putting inside a washing machine.
Your puffer will dry perfectly by airing it in a dry space between 2-7 days. We advise laying it down on a towel avoiding direct sunlight.
Turn your puffer around once one side is dry, and do not hesitate to manually even out any inner lumps if you feel any bundles.
In case you tumble dry we recommend you add clean tennis balls, as it helps to distribute the jacket filling evenly.
Make sure your puffer is completely dry before storing it in a closed space as the filling can retain moisture.
Nylon tape can mend small rips and tears. You can find these tapes online or at mountain gear shops.
Taking care of your pieces will help them last and keep them looking good :)