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C.P. Company T-Mak Jacket
At 635 g this 3-pocket jacket is probably the lightest goggle jacket in C.P. Company history. The outer jacket is constructed entirely from T-Mack, C.P. Company’s non-conformist re-interpretation of British “Mac” raincoat construction: traditionally a Mac is made from a “sandwich” of two layers of cotton fabric bonded together with a waterproof solvent or membrane in the middle. The long-standing problem with this method is that the cotton layers, even after being waterproofed, tend to retain moisture. C.P. Company’s proprietary T-Mack, on the other hand, use two layers of an ultra-fine polyester microfiber with a “natural” cotton hand, thus simulating traditional raincoat construction and aesthetic but with an “under-the-bonnet” performance advantage. Every T-Mack jacket is assembled using laser technology and seam sealed, making it fully waterproof, with a 5 000 mm water column resistance rating. Size 50, excl. detachable down lining
C.P. Company was founded in Bologna, Italy in 1975 by Massimo Osti, the revolutionary designer internationally recognized as the “godfather of urban sportswear”. For more than 45 years the brand has continued to pioneer it’s signature hybridization of archival military, work and sportswear models, combining them with intensely researched, cutting-edge, Italian fabric innovation. This fabric innovation has always been driven and heightened by the use of garment dyeing, a technique which C.P. Company was the first in the world to develop in the mid 1970s, in which fully-finished garments made from multiple fabric and fiber types are dyed as final step. This incredibly complex technique, which still today only a handful of brands are able to use, produces clothing with unique chromatic richness and tone-on-tone subtlety.
Color: Black, Size in Photo - L (Model: Weight 82kg / Height: 1.87cm)