Napapijri is set to release its first-ever recyclable and circular jacket. Named "Infinity," the jacket took three years to make and was created using recyclable materials.

The jacket's main material is Nylon 6, which is a fabric recycled from discarded fishing nets. The jacket can enter the recycling machine as it is, as the material is easily recyclable and can be reused infinite times.

The Italian brand's latest effort is not only sustainable, but it was also designed to support the circular economy. Once purchased, customers have the option to return the jacket after two years, and will also receive a $100 voucher to buy something else.

The "Infinity" jacket is available in blue, black, white, and purple colors, and can be shopped in both men's or women's sizes. The circular and recyclable jacket will drop October 21 on Napapiri's website as well as select Napapijri stores.

Take a closer look at the jacket below.

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