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PDW's Invictus jacket delivers its take on the classic racing team jacket

Inspired by the styles from the 1960s.
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Prometheus Design Werx Invictus Jacket

PDW is drawing its latest inspiration from 1960s-era racing team jackets to inform the design of its latest piece, the Invictus Jacket. The silhouette gets a technical outerwear upgrade with Tweave Durastretch fabric that has four-way stretch, wind resistance, breathability, and a DWR finish that shield the wearer from light rain. It also features five strategically placed zipper pockets, pass-throughs for device cables, and angled bias cut cuffs with molded cuff tabs for adjustability. 

Available September 18th.

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