Last year, Vollebak introduced its 100 Year Pants—designed to last for over a century—and now it is announcing the 100 Year Jacket "to combat the next century of weather." The durable jacket style was created with a material that was originally used to handle torrential rain while motorbike racing, which pelts riders with water at high speed and high pressure.
The waterproof and abrasion-resistant yet breathable design is designed to stand up against not just torrential rain but also storms, blizzards, wind, ice and snow—enough so that it is highly waterproof to over 43,000mm.
While most water-resistant jackets eventually get penetrated and bogged down by water, the waterproof 100 Year Jacket is fully seam-sealed and integrates three-layer fabric to provide the ultimate comfort and protection.
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