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Paoli's Trove General just stocked its shelves with outerwear from the Seattle-bred brand Manastash. Adding to its lineup of outdoors labels like Pendleton, Woolrich, and Filson, Trove is the first in the area to carry the eco-friendly label, which uses materials like recycled fleeces and sustainably-grown hemp.
Colorblock zip fleeces and Primaloft-insulated jackets are currently waiting on the sales floor, but don't expect them to last long: Trove notes that they're of a "limited release."
· Trove General [Official Site]
· Manastash [Official Site]