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Say the word “Faherty,” and we picture ourselves in a poncho on the beach at sunset with warm sand between our toes and a daiquiri in hand. After all, that is the vibe the Faherty family has been crafting around their surf-inspired clothes since the beginning.
Unfortunately, there’s a good chance your world is currently a decidedly less relaxed mix of snow, sleet and slush, but we’re glad to report that Faherty now has an answer for that, too. The brand’s Polar Fjord Puffer is not only a supremely cozy and environmentally friendly parka made out of 100% post-consumer material, it’s also just about $150 off on Huckberry.
A winter jacket from a surf brand? Yeah, we know. But just listen to the specs on this thing: it’s packed with ethical recycled polyester insulation in lieu of virgin polyester or animal down, the adjustable hood and hem help it outperform your typical puffer, and the details are akin to your favorite outdoor brand, from the two-way zipper to the bevy of pockets.
Of course, this shouldn’t be taken up a mountain or to the Arctic. But unlike puffers from other gear companies, the stylish choices from the knit cuffs to the anti-shine exterior make this perfectly suited to city as well as the warmer fjords.
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