Teva, a division of Deckers Brands (NYSE: DECK), announced it has created a cold-weather capsule collection in collaboration with Cotopaxi. The brands also announced they would donate $30,000 to the Boys and Girls Club of Denver and Hollywood to assist those facing systemic issues.

The capsule collection features two styles from each brand, the multicolored ReEmber slip-on shoe from Teva and the Teca Cálido Jacket from Cotopaxi. Both the shoe and jacket contain recycled materials, color-blocked details and abstract mountain silhouettes. The two silhouettes complement each other for style and functionality, with sustainability at the forefront.

  • Taking inspiration from Cotopaxi’s color palette and marrying it with one of Teva’s styles, the men’s and women’s ReEmber is a “sleeping bag for your feet.” The style is a slip-on meets sneaker silhouette. Features a 100 percent recycled ripstop upper, topographic printed internal liner, 50 percent recycled EVA midsole, 100 percent recycled collar, collapsible heel, and a 50 percent recycled outsole.
  • The Teca Cálido Hooded Jacket combines recycled polyester insulation and repurposed taffeta for warmth. The reversible jacket comes in two autumnal colorways, featuring a color-blocked outer shell and a topographic pattern on the inside. Features also include two zipper-secure hand pockets on the face, a two-way drop-in patch, hand pockets on the reverse side, and a chest pocket, which the jacket can pack into.

“At Cotopaxi, we believe in using our business to do good, which is why we continue to partner with a like-minded brand in Teva,” said Davis Smith, CEO and co-founder of Cotopaxi. “We are joining forces both to launch a collaboration that helps empower consumers to shop sustainably but also to increase our impact on education and outdoor access through grants to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Hollywood and Denver.”

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Photo courtesy Teva x Cotopaxi