66 North Tindur Unisex Gore-Tex Infinium Down Jacket
The 66 North Tindur Down Jacket is a seriously engineered jacket for tough winter conditions. The jacket takes 2 days to complete the construction and sewing process. Originally made for the first Icelander to climb Mount Everest, this highly technical jacket. Insulated with 800 fill power white duck down, 90% down and 10% feathers, Tindur's construction includes interior squares with vertical interior walls that keep the down from shifting and stitching which does not go through the fabric which ensure very little warmth loss.
Note on Fit: The jacket is designed as slightly oversized, meaning it will fit true to size, but those who are in-between sizes should size down.
Outer Layer - Main fabric - 44% Polyamide, 43% Polyester, 13% Polyurethane
Outer Layer - Second fabric - 100% Polyamide
Outer Layer - Lining - 44% Polyamide, 43% Polyester, 13% Polyurethane
Inner Layer - Insulation - 800 fill power: 90% White Duck Down, 10% Feather | RDS Down (Duck)
66 North uses recycled, upcycled, biodegradable, or organic natural fibers. However, function, necessity, and longevity come first. 66 North would rather make a garment that lasts for a decade rather than one which is slightly more “sustainable” in the short term but has material which will break down and lead to waste after two or three years. 66 North have been a carbon offset business since 2019.
The recycled down filling is reclaimed from used clothing and bedding, diverting waste from landfills and extending the lifecycle of the natural filling. Cleaning, sterilizing and processing methods used for recycled down are nearly identical to the ones employed for virgin down, granting a final product with first-rate standards in cleanliness and performance.