LESS PLASTIC, MORE PERFORMANCE
In search for better performance, true breathability and optimized thermal regulation, we developed a collection made of natural fabrics.
Mover presents a full range of skiwear made of natural wool and high density woven cotton. Fully seam-sealed, this revolutionary combination of a technical construction using natural fibers opens a new era of weather resistant, fully protective and highly breathable ski garments. A step forward for your upmost comfort.
For years, Mover has been specializing in the fusion of the elements. We have ultimately designed a new generation of skiwear using natural fabric, where the skier ceases to fight against the snow and instead communicates with the mountain. This delicate approach to merging into the environment has inspired elegance in our models and reflects our sense of comfort and technical excellence.
While being “outerwear”, Mover is not uniquely an appearance. The sharpness of our designs translates into the brilliance of the technology behind. Eliminating most synthetic fibers and specifically –membranes, we recycle cotton and wool while giving a new high-tech life to this matter.
WHY NATURAL FUR
In line with a natural fiber philosophy, Mover has incorporated wild coyote fur in the collar of the Bomber and the Parka jackets, some of which are still on sale on our website. The fur was exclusively sourced in Canada and delivered with adequate permits and authorizations. The animals caught in nature under strict federal controls and regulations.
We are continually trying to improve the choice of materials we work with. The worst replacement for us is synthetic fur, mainly made of acrylic or nylon fibers, both of which have a disastrous impact on nature due to the release of micro-plastic particles into the environment. Plastic is toxic and unnecessary in our garments. In terms of warmth and protection against snow and wind, natural fur is very hard to beat but we are working on this too.
Our new models and developments use no fur as we are genuinely trying to have the least possible impact on nature.