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Trygg Traceable – Made by Waste

This is a blessed jacket from the Himalayas, totally made by waste and rest material from larger brands productions. With stretch material strategically placed under the arms for greater ease of movement and filled with recycled polyester that emulates the warming qualities of down, but also adds super good performance in wet conditions. With two zippered handwarmer pockets and one chest pocket, placed on the outside of the jacket.

This jacket weighs next to nothing and is extremely packable, but still offers essential protection in variable weather conditions. Perfect for hiking, climbing, and exploring the wild outdoors.

Robin is one of Sweden's most well-known alpinists and the only Swede to have reached the summit of Everest from both north and south. Working and climbing on mountains around the world he has collected knowledge about how clothes should be to work in extreme environments.  

With a deep love for sustainability, he now wants to find new routes to create true environmental friendly clothings. Instead of complaining about how the fashion industry is, he now wants to try to do it better.

Visit: www.tryggtraceable.com

 

Trygg Traceable product videos

Trygg Traceable social media videos

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Design and development of Tryggtraceable webshop

Photo and film shoot in the Lofoten area

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Posters

Selected work

Nynäshamns kommunFilmproduction Vision2040

HärjedalsKökTV commercial – New kitchen in a day

IF MetallFilmproduction with Graphera

FjällrävenFilmproduction Hemma i Bergen / Svenska Äventyr

SJFilmproduction – The night train to Narvik

NynäshamnCampaign Plats för livet

Dina FörsäkringarCase: Jobba hos oss

Nynäshamns kommunCase: Plats för eldsjälar

Friskis&SvettisCase: Verksamhetsberättelse

Drum and ZmartaCase: Insplanet film and photo shoot

ReelCase: Reel


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