Save the Duck opens U.S. flagship in New York

Save the Duck opens U.S. flagship in New York By Roxanne Robinson Published Oct 24, 2022 According to , New Yorkers are down for some down-alternatives.

To celebrate, director and general manager, USA for Save the Duck, Loris Spadaccini, was on hand at the new 1500-square-foot location on lower Broadway to welcome press and other VIP guests 

which features a giant orange duck brand mascot and is lined with puffers and parkas in every imaginable shape and color.

The other 20 percent is made through their online business.

That data indicates New York as the brand's largest market, but it's also the headquarters for its U.S. operations.

To consider an American brand or designer, we must ensure they align with our environmental goals and practices.

"Our most expensive jackets are between $500-$700 for the more technical and heavier down," continues the executive

, pointing out the vegan sherpa pictured on the wall who Save the Duck outfitted that he says broke a world record for climbing conditions.


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