The father of the K-Way brand is Léon-Claude Duhamel, who on a rainy day in 1965 had the fortunate intuition to create a jacket that protected him from rain and was light and waterproof. He designed the jacket in nylon or PVC: it had to have excellent resistance to water and be easy to carry around, folded into a small bag that can be fastened at the waist. He sold 250,000 pieces in the first year alone, and the triumph continued in the following decades as well. With time the models have been renewed to adapt to new trends, while remaining faithful to the properties that made it a cult object. Today the K-Way is universally recognised as the rain jacket par excellence - it is not cumbersome, with a practicability that is nothing short of insurmountable and almost indestructible.
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