Rip-Tide "Eco Tech" Fabric Made From Hemp, Recycled PET


Dubbed one of the most low-impact yet high-function outerwear material ever created, Livity's Rip-Tide III fabric is a hemp/recycled-PET blend that combines durability with lightweight portability. The British Columbia-based eco-apparel brand has applied Rip-Tide III to a range of products, including hats, jackets, bags, and accessories.

Featuring a ripstop box weave construction that resists tearing, the shell fabric is finished with a waterproof lamination that is low-impact and biodegradable. After all, who needs their clothing to outlive them?

From left, clockwise: The Rip Tide Raven Shell Jacket, which is lined with hemp fur ($148); the Rip Tide Cycle Cap ($36); the Rip Bi-Fold ($18); and the JAH Sport Pack ($56). ::Livity

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