the Berwyn hoodie.
Our heritage, meets our legacy.
The Berwyn Hoodie not only depicts our young heritage, boldly showcasing Summit Fits Welsh roots but is also made from 80% organic cotton and 20% polyester, certified OCS Blended by Ecocert Greenlife. They have a super cozy brushed fleece interior with 2 front pockets with piping, a lined hood. ribbed cuffs, hem and hood edge and matching drawstring.
Size & Fit
S 36″ M 38″ L 40″ XL 42″ 2XL 44/46″ 3XL 48/50″
Our Hoodies are made from 80% organic cotton and 20% polyester, certified OCS Blended by Ecocert Greenlife. They have a super cozy brushed fleece interior with 2 front pockets with piping, a lined hood. ribbed cuffs, hem and hood edge and matching drawstring.
80% ORGANIC COTTON
We blend Organic cotton with a touch of Ecocert Greenlife Polyester, a more natural, renewable, biodegradable and durable fibre that comes from farms that put sheep and the environment first.
The Berwyn Hoodie is part of our casual range, ideal for shot walks, camp life and winding down in the pub after a long hike.
Pvc free vinyl
PVC can cause the release of toxic chemicals, which build up in the water, air and food chain. We avoid the use PVC in our vinyl.
The Berwyn hoodie has a brushed fleece interior, making it both extra cosy & suitable for cooler environments.
Organic wool is a natural, renewable, biodegradable and durable fibre that comes from farms that put sheep and the environment first.
It’s better for the environment
Organic fibres are grown without the use of synthetic fertilisers or potentially toxic pesticides. By building soil fertility, organic farmers help lock CO2 into the soil, helping mitigate climate change. It also avoids the use of the toxic pesticides that, in non-organic systems, are responsible for poisoning wildlife and rivers, as well as killing an estimated 16,000 people each year.
It’s better for workers
By avoiding potentially toxic pesticides cotton workers benefit by avoiding the associated health problems and deaths common in non-organic cotton production. Avoiding pesticides also reduces production costs and farmer debts – the burden of pesticide debt has resulted in thousands of suicides in India which is the world’s largest cotton producer.
It’s non GM
GM is banned in organic systems, while an estimated a significant amount of all cotton grown worldwide is genetically modified. GM cotton poses a potential risk to wildlife and human health, as well as exposing farmers to unnecessary expense.
There’s restricted use of chemicals and limited residues
GOTS ensures that the chemicals used in processing textiles meet strict requirements on toxicity and biodegradability. Final products are restricted in the amount of allergenic, carcinogenic or toxic chemical residues. These residues can be inhaled or absorbed through the skin and may cause allergies, skin rashes or respiratory problems.
In contrast, non-organic manufacture uses tens of thousands of acutely toxic chemicals, many of which are classified as hazardous by the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Factory conditions are better
Poor working conditions and rights in the garments industry are common place. GOTS certified organic textiles must meet social criteria based on the International Labour Organisation (ILO) conventions. These cover minimum wages, working hours, child labour, freedom of association, discrimination, harsh or inhumane treatment and more.
Every item bought helps to maintain the pathways in our National Parks