In 2012, Levi’s provided an answer to going green with the introduction of its Water < Less collection. The line utilized recycled plastic bottles to create a collection of clothes that still looked like the classic Levi’s offerings, but with an environment friendly twist. This season, the denim brand isn’t just using plastic bottles, but adding in 20 percent post-consumer recycled content.

One of the results is a new Trucker jacket made out of re-purposed U.S. Military parachutes. The Parachute Trucker, as its called, is light and a great layering piece for the slightly brisk spring weather, and will have your back on those cool summer nights, too. And since it was assembled from random old parachutes, no two pieces are alike. Look good and do good on this Earth Day and cop the jacket on the Levi’s website now.