Levi’s Wellthread, a sustainably designed collection that is fully recyclable, has partnered with California surf brand Outerknown on a collection aimed solely on sustainability. Following last season’s partnership where they introduced cottonized hemp, Levi’s Wellthread is expanding its collection with more offerings using the innovated fabric for their Fall/Winter 2019 collection. This season marks the first time Levi’s introduces cottonized hemp to their denim collection, resulting in the Levi’s Fleece-Lined Trucket jacket.

Every piece in the collaborative collection is designed for 100% recyclability. The jacket is available in Water<Less Rinse for $298, and features a detachable blanket-stripe fleece lining for those cooler nights.

About Outerknown:

Founded by eleven-time world champion surfer Kelly Slater and acclaimed Creative Director John Moore, Outerknown is a coastal-minded clothing brand that explores the connections between style and sustainability. By viewing every aspect of our business through the lens of responsibility, we aim to protect our natural resources, empower the people crafting our clothes, and inspire positive change within the industry. Our versatile collection is built with innovative, organic, and recycled materials sourced from factories that share our values. An active partner of Fair Trade USA, Outerknown has also celebrated a series of successful campaigns and initiatives including a social and environmental awareness campaign labeled #ITSNOTOK where all profits are donated to ocean health. Most recently, Outerkown was accredited by the Fair Labor Association for their social compliance program and launched Project Nomadic, an entry-priced collection furthering their mission of delivering Sustainability for All. Outerknown launched in 2015 and is sold at outerknown.com and at select premium retailers worldwide.