Environmental activists aren't known for their fashion sense, what with the more militant ones typically wearing camo despite there being no more trees to blend into. Bringing stylishness to planet-saving, Nau Clothing
Just shipped to Seattle with full carbon offsets, this minimalist, 100% sustainable (recycled/organic fabrics, green facilities, etc.) multi-purpose gear is from a Portland outfitter intent on "redefining" cool while simultaneously "unf**king" the world -- something Superman could do merely by flying around it very fast, but then again, wearing underwear over your pants doesn't redefine cool. The highly technical, tailored threads begin with helmet-compatible outerwear like the rain/snow repellent, offset zip 850-fill "Down Hoody", and the breathable water/windproof hardshell "Asylum Jacket"; form-over-function gear includes the lightweight 5 button/2-way zip closure "Shroud of Purrin Trench" with zip-off hood, and the simple, incredibly soft "Go-more-pile" fleece -- made from recycled plastic bottles and polyester scrap, though given Nau's MO, that's hardly a surprise, surprise, surprise. Beyond outerwear, there's accessories (Italian woven merino wool scarf), pants (heavy-weight double twill cargos w/ articulated knees; regular, straight-leg, or slim-fit denim) and man-tops like the herringbone-western "Free Range", the subtly striped, long sleeve cotton/spandex "Polo-tariat", and the cashmere/angora "Bunny Goat Hoody", so cute you'll forgive it for eating all the aluminum in your house.
So that you too can help, Nau's donating 10% of every online purchase to non-profits like Mercy Corps and Ecotrust through its program Partners For Change -- or, what less fashionable environmentalists than yourself look like they should be begging for.