Parisian running brand Satisfy is back with a new eco-friendly capsule of well thought-out designs and classic running gear.

Following its Stone Henge-inspired drop earlier this year, the Parisian label has now introduced two new materials made entirely from plants. The first, dubbed “PowerFlower™”, has the feel of a silky durable nylon but is constructed from plant-derived polymers, while the second—“DermaPeace™”—is made from organic cotton, blended with a fibre which has been produced exclusively from sustainable raw materials.

Each of these fabrics have been utilised to create a range of breathable sportswear and accessories. Items include new packable trail caps, a pair of 5” running shorts, and a series of long and short sleeve tops which are made using a high level of antioxidants that protect the skin against harmful free radicals.

In addition to the new fabrics, the collection also comprises the brand’s “MothTech™” tees, which are body-mapped to create a unique and effective ventilation system, and come complete with “moth holes” to create a well-loved, vintage feel. Rounding out the range is a pair of tie-dyed merino wool tube socks and a Japanese cotton bandana. 

The NatureTech collection is available to cop now from the Satisfy webstore