10 Corso Como
Hooded man raincoat
Black with ecru 10 Corso Como 20th Anniversary
Full length zip opening
Once folded becomes a small bag with waist belt
Printed 10 Corso Como and K-way logo on front
The brand K-WAY was born one rainy day in Paris in 1965 with the creation of first windbreaker. Jean Claude Duhamel invented the so called K-Way, a lightweight completely waterproof jacket in nylon, that can be folded away into a small pocket and then tied around the waist, the contemporary banana pocket. Soon everyone began to look to the practical jacket in nylon with enthusiasm, happy to leave the umbrella at home. During the years K-Way became synonymous of nylon raincoat. In 1970 the brand extended its concept also to active leisure, marking the beginning of seasonal clothing. Raincoats, nylon capes and hats, all with the 10 Corso Como signature logo have been realized by K-Way in co-branding. .