Extraordinary Jacket uses recycled Nespresso aluminium pods
Nespresso, Mammut, and HeiQ have collaborated to design the Extraordinary Jacket, a unique garment made using recycled post-consumer aluminium.
The Extraordinary Jacket is a testament to Swiss design and innovation. Mammut’s super-light Ajungilak insulation incorporates HeiQ XReflex technology powered by Xefco, which contains part of the aluminium from recycled Nespresso capsules.
Mammut, HeiQ and Nespresso have co-created a high-performance insulation jacket that delivers superior heat retention while being perfectly breathable.
The Extraordinary Jacket retains 20% more heat than a conventional insulation jacket of similar thickness. The innovative HeiQ XReflex 3D aluminised scrim layer reflects the body’s heat radiation within the insulation layers, so the wearer doesn’t have to produce more energy to stay warm, resulting in effortless comfort even in harsh and demanding conditions.
Nespresso’s Switzerland Head of Marketing and Sustainability, Irene Balascas said: “We are proud to contribute to this innovative project and bring another product highlighting the resource-efficiency of aluminium capsules once again as we already did in previous collaborations with equally renowned brands.”
Nic Brandenberger, CMO of Mammut, added: “By using aluminium from used Nespresso capsules into Mammut outerwear, using HeiQ XReflex technology, we are providing our customers with superior temperature regulation-performance.