L1 Brigade Pant - Black
Fly Zip With Snap And Velcro Closure
Zip Hand Pockets
Back Pockets With Flap
Soft Tricot Lined Waistband And Fly
Insulated Seat And Knees
Mesh Lined Crotch Vent Zips
Double Cargo Pockets With Velcro Closure Flaps
Zip Leg Gussets
Jacket To Pant Connection Loops
Leg Snow Gaiters With Gripper Elastic
FABRICBroken Twill 2L
Outershell: 55% Recycled Polyester, 45% Polyester
Membrane: 100% Polyurethane
Insulation: 100% Recycled Polyester
Lining: 100% Nylon Eco Yarn
Hand Pockets, Fly, Waistband And Vents: 100% Polyester
Lower Leg And Gaiters: 100% Nylon Eco Yarn
2-layer shell fabric is waterproof, windproof, and breathable. The fabric features a water-repellent finish, a waterproof/breathable membrane, and a tricot or mesh interior lining for added comfort.
All seams and areas with stitch lines are heat sealed with water-repellent tape.
Insulated with material weighing 60 grams/square meter.
Traditional outerwear fit with room to layer, but not too loose. Relaxed through the hips and thighs with a regular leg opening
A work in progress, L1 set a goal to work towards having a line completely made of only fully recycled fabrics in the near future. As L1 starts this journey, the main goal is to do their part in reducing the industry’s greater impact one step at a time.
The first step being the addition of (GRS) certified 100% recycled polyester found in L1's linings as well as their new high pile fleece, manufactured from used PET bottles. Using environmentally-friendly recycling processes, it does not require petrochemical raw materials and saves natural resources reducing the burden on the environment. They have also switched the nylon lining in 45 of their 48 styles to Ecoya® — a type of solution dyed yarn. Statistics show when generic textiles are replaced with Ecoya®, the release of CO2 and COD is greatly reduced while water and chemicals are also conserved. Such as water savings of 46%, COD savings of 67%, Coal savings of 64%, Chemical savings of 92%, CO2 savings of 63%, Electricity savings of 59%.
As part of L1's commitment to improving their environmental footprint they have entirely switched from C6 DWR containing hazardous PFC’s (per- and poly-fluorinated chemicals) to PFC-free DWR on all their fabrics and styles that require a DWR coating. The importance of a cleaner textile process is fundamental in L1's journey to reducing our environmental footprint.