The Houdini Menu

What happens to our clothes when they are worn out?

At Houdini we have recycled garments for years, but this time we decided to eat them. We put our 100% natural wool line to the ultimate test and cooked a fine dining menu using vegetables grown from the soil of our decomposed base layers. Follow the journey from the Houdini design studio, through Gunnar Eriksson’s compost to the table of chef Sebastian Thureson.

One for the planet

A minimalist tech jacket in Japanese fabrics. A backpacking shell that puts the planet first. A high-flying technical piece that just so happens to be recyclable.

Houdini’s BFF shell is all that, and more.

As far as spring jackets go, it’s hard to find one cleaner than this – let alone, anything that checks both performance and sustainability. Every label is a choice. If you’re looking for spring techwear, it’s hard to choose a better label than Houdini.

We Tested a 100% Recyclable Jacket That Could Change Techwear Forever

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2019-05-08T11:11:28-04:00 May 8th, 2019|