Pangaia’s Innovative, Extra-Comfortable Essentials Just Landed at Nordstrom

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Pangaia is one of those brands that seems really easy to classify—until it isn’t. It makes sweats, jeans, tees, and bucket hats? Then it’s a fashion brand. Right? Well, not so fast. Because even though those sweats, jeans, tees, and bucket hats look good and fit just like you want them too in 2022—i.e., relaxed in all the right places—you can’t just ignore what they’re made of. We’re talking organic and recycled cotton, sure, but we’re also talking textiles derived from seaweed, insulation that comes from wildflowers, and fabric infused with peppermint oil to keep it fresher, longer. So it’s a materials science brand, then. Right?

Right. On both counts. It’s a brand making the things we all live in right now, and doing them in such a way that we can all (hopefully!) keep living on this planet for a little while longer. It’s all about innovation for the sake of the environment (there’s even a business-to-business arm of the company designed to bring that innovation to other players in and outside of the fashion industry). And for the first time, the British brand, however you choose to classify it, has properly landed in North America thanks to the latest edition of Nordstrom’s ongoing New Concepts series.

Now you can get your hands on all those innovative fabrics in person at 13 locations across the U.S. and Canada, plus, of course, Nordstrom.com. Think of it as a clarion call for more thoughtful consumption. Or a spreading-of-the-word for a brand that definitely deserves to be known. Or, hell, just think of it as your ticket to some damn good sweats, jeans, tees, and bucket hats. To get a taste of what’s on offer, check out some of the greatest hits from the collection here, below. Then head over to Nordstrom to see the full selection for yourself.

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365 Unisex Recycled & Organic Cotton Hoodie

Pangaia’s signature heavyweight, brush-back fleece is made from organic and recycled cotton.

365 Unisex Recycled & Organic Cotton Track Pants

Of course there are sweatpants, too.

365 Unisex Recycled & Organic Cotton Crewneck Sweatshirt

And a crewneck! Just like the hoodie and pants, it’s available in a range of colors.

365 PPRMINT Unisex Organic Cotton Hoodie

Speaking of color, this lighter-weight, peppermint oil-treated hoodie delivers in a big way.

365 PPRMINT Unisex Organic Cotton Sweatpants

And, yes, the lighter, loopback fleece comes in pants form, too.

365 PPRMINT Unisex Organic Cotton Crewneck Sweatshirt

Bet you didn’t see this one coming! (Just kidding. Of course you did.)

365 PPRMINT Unisex Organic Cotton Sweat Shorts

Ah, but did you expect the sweat shorts? You did? Clever you.

Unisex Nettle PPTMINT Denim Jacket

It may be made with fiber sourced from Himalayan nettles (alongside organic cotton), but this boxy denim jacket is the furthest thing from prickly.

Unisex Straight Leg PPRMINT Organic Cotton & Hemp Jeans

Not into nettles? How about a little hemp to see you on your way, then?

C-FIBER Unisex Organic Cotton & Seaweed T-Shirt

A full 20 percent of this super-soft tee is seaweed fiber. Did you know that seaweed could become a super-soft tee? Now you do!

C-FIBER Unisex Organic Cotton & Seaweed Long Sleeve T-Shirt

That tee you just saw? It has a big brother, too.

FLWRDWN Lite Recycled Nylon Puffer Vest

It’s still chilly out there, and this lightweight puffer vest—filled with a cruelty free insulation made of dried wildflowers—will fend off the elements with ease.

FLWRDWN Lite Recycled Nylon Puffer Jacket

For really cold mornings, you’re going to need a hood and some sleeves.

Jonathan Evans is the style director of Esquire, covering all things fashion, grooming, accessories, and, of course, sneakers.

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