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Le Vrai Claude 3.0 - Blue Cali

Waterproof, breathable, packable windbreaker; heat sealed
Regular fit, choose your size as you usually would
Full zip K-WAY
Two pockets, elastic drawcord on bottom, hood with mini visor and adjustable elastic drawcord
Back ventilation cut
Packable in pouch
Black K-WAY accessories: zipper tab, drawstring stoppers and pouch hook
Printed K-WAY logo on the chest
More Information
Brand K-Way
Composition Nylon Ripstop WP+MVP 3000mm.
Color Aqua
CA$45.00
Paris, 1965. A rainy day…. Leon-Claude Duhamel watches as people dart through the Paris streets, striving with very little success to stay dry. After observing the needs of his peers, he created a simple, unisex jacket from nylon with a pocket in front. The pocket, while convenient for keeping keys and wallets dry, also allowed the jacket to tuck into itself. Duhamel capitalized on this functionality by adding an elastic band to the pocket, allowing the packed jacket to be worn around the waist. He called the jacket “En cas”, French for “in case”, simultaneously alluding to the perpetual chance of rain, as well as its self-stowing pocket. “En cas” soon evolved to “En-K”, a nickname which was further modified to appeal to a wider, international audience. “K-Way” sounded distinctly American -- perfect for a sporty jacket that maximized freedom and mobility. And phonetically, it was virtually universally pronounceable. Now, over 50 years later... K-Way, quite literally, is the modern raincoat. Born from a small, simple idea, the packable jacket didn’t just solve a problem, it opened doors. Representative of freedom and flexibility, K-Way jackets let you live your life and say “yes” to adventure, no matter the weather.

Hand wash ONLY, most of the time with cold water. For delicates.

DO NOT use the iron at all. Be careful with your printed t-shirts, they’re often a problem !

The unknown symbol which means to wring your clothes and lay them on an appropriate flat surface (not a wooden table).

DO NOT dry-clean, even for a deeper wash.

DO NOT bleach. Unless you want to change your clothes’ colors