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TOPMAN + K-WAY COLLABORATION

CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF WATERPROOF AND WINDPROOF NYLON JACKETS

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Topman + K-WAY Collaboration

Founded in 1965, this year the iconic French brand celebrates it’s 50th year and Topman are delighted to be collaborating with such an esteemed revolutionary brand as K-WAY – a brand which has previously teamed with brands such as Versus Versace, Marc Jacobs, Colette, New Balance, A.P.C and DC. If you want to know where the lightweight, practical, waterproof and windproof nylon jacket originates look no further than K-WAY.

They were the first to come up with the idea that a jacket could be effortlessly folded into a small, portable pouch. It was time to ditch the umbrella. 

The collection is made up of 4 pieces all exclusively designed for and available at Topman. The most eye-catching design is a blue print, zip-thru, reversible hooded jacket. This lightweight printed nylon jacket is navy on the reverse and folds away into its front pocket. Both the Jacket and the pouch are fully waterproof.

"Dip-dye lightweight nylon parka"
"Dip-dye lightweight nylon parka"

The jacket shape then moves in a new direction in the form of an ombre, dip-dye, lightweight, nylon parka. This light grey through to light olive longer length parka has an internal drawstring, adjustable hood and fishtail. The jacket has taped seams and again is fully waterproof. 

The next option is a white zip-thru, hooded jacket. This uses a waterproof, dry handle herringbone fabric with waterproof taped seams and the jacket folds away in to a bumbag. 

The collection is completed by a grey marl coated, overhead, hooded jacket with a showerproof, clear, shiny coating and a contrast black nylon stripe across the chest and underarm. Again, the jacket folds away into a bumbag to make this the ideal rain jacket for spring. 

Prices range from £68-£85 and will be available from March 19th both in-store internationally and online at Topman.com

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