Patagonia’s new Steel Forge Dyneema Denim Jacket is the perfect example of sustainable organic cotton usage that support diverse and healthy ecosystems. It helps by improving the quality of soil, using less water, and also combating waste and overconsumption with products that are built to last.
Comprised of 92% Patagonia organic cotton and 8% Dyneema polyethylene blend, this may be the last denim jacket that you will ever buy. This is largely due to the incredible durability of Dyneema — an ultra-high-molecular-weight textile from Cone Mills that is 15 times stronger than steel.
Of course, the Steel Forge Dyneema Denim Jacket is also designed for comfort with a bi-swing back for full freedom of movement and double-button adjustable cuffs and waistline. The jacket also features ample pockets including a pair of hidden hand-warming compartments.