Simons' packable quilted coats are now eco-friendly

Hidden inside this jacket is REPREVE® insulation that's made entirely of recycled plastic bottles.


Recycled polyester packable puffer jacket


Using the recycled nylon and recycled polyester that comes from post-industrial waste is an excellent solution for diverting waste away from landfills and oceans.


Recycled nylon quilted anorak

Save 40%

This puffer contains certified down and feather insulation that comes from responsible farms.


Recycled polyester off-centre zip puffer jacket

Save 25%

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Eco-Savvy Style

Being green and looking great is easy thanks to our recycled and organic materials.

The organic cotton checked flanel by Twik
The bicolor polar fleece sweater made with recycled plastic fibres by Twik

Go Fast, Go Green!

i.FiV5's getting prepped for the season with an eco-friendly game plan. Our vibrant pieces are stealing the show with recycled polyester, a sustainable alternative that always performs when it comes to style.*

*Contains a minimum of 70% recycled polyester

The neon fuchsia pink cropped sport cami by i.FiV5
The athletic legging with microperforated details by i.FiV5

The Brands That Make A Difference

Last season, Twik joined with Cultiver l'Espoir, an organic urban agriculture project, to do their part and fight against food insecurity in Quebec.

Thanks to this new collaboration, 142,715 servings of vegetables were harvested and distributed free of charge in the province's grocery stores and food banks. Yay Team Green!

Zoom on Team Green by Twik in partnership with the Cultiver l'Espoir project

Bees, the Environment, and Us.

Because bees are essential for our ecosystem to function well, Simons decided to install and maintain beehives on the roofs of its stores in Quebec City, Laval, Mississauga, and as of this spring, Vancouver!

The beehives on the roof of our Quebec City store

Simons at the Service of Style and the Environment

In March of 2018, we inaugurated our store at Galeries de la Capitale. With net-zero energy consumption, solar panels, and geothermal wells in the ground, we modernized this store to the max, a store whose look had previously been a reference to the past. One year later, it continues to produce as much energy as it uses. Our green mission is still in full swing!

The Galerie de la Capitale's Simons store and its solar panels installation