Teca Unisex Windbreaker Jacket

Every purchase helps provide an antimalarial mosquito net to a refugee in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Our Teca windbreaker makes a great unisex gift for corporate retreats, beachside events, and travelers. Each jacket is made with remnant material that would otherwise go to landfills. This means these jackets are truly unique! From fabric to thread, each sustainable windbreaker is one-of-a-kind. It easily packs into an internal storage pouch, making it an ultra packable, weather-resistant layer that's ideal for breezy beaches, mountain hikes, or throwing in your travel bag as that ultralight, just-in-case layer.

  • - Full-length front zipper 
  • - Interior chest pocket that doubles as a storage pouch
  • - 20D repurposed ripstop nylon with DWR finish
  • - Elastic bindings at hood, cuffs, and hem
  • - Back panel vent
  • - Two hand pockets
  • - Weight: 4.5 oz.
  • - Customization: screen print with your logo for $50 setup fee, +$5 per unit 
  • - Note: for we only accept custom color requests on orders of 500+ units
  • - Made from repurposed nylon making each colorway a limited edition
  • - Comes with a story card explaining the social impact of the product
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Screen print with your logo or custom design.

Setup Fee: $50

Customization Fee: +$5 per unit.

Lead time prior to shipping: 10-15 business days. Please call our gifting concierge at (877) 554-1550 for rush orders.

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Your Impact

An estimated 767 million people live below the international poverty line of $1.90 a day.  Cotopaxi, a benefit corporation, provides targeted grants to support nonprofits addressing health, education, and livelihood programs. Through the granting program, 1,703 antimalarial mosquito nets have been provided to refugees living in camps in Sub-Saharan Africa. Additional grants have bolstered the academic achievements of students in India and South America. To date, 42 grants have been provided to nonprofits in 6 countries. 

Your purchase helps provide an antimalarial mosquito net to a refugee in Sub-Saharan Africa.