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No Sweating Rainy Days and Mondays at Nobis.

Ten years in with a presence in more than 40 countries, Nobis-Latin for "us"-takes performance textiles and technological innovations for outerwear to a new level. Good thing, too, because in this age of climate change, traditional weather patterns are a thing of the past. Seasons can be difficult to identify with unpredictable conditions but Nobis caters to the unexpected, unforeseen and, especially, the extreme. Whether it be wind, rain, snow, sleet, or hail--we had them all here in the Northeast... in April no less-you can embrace the elements, as Nobis has you protected.

Looking to upgrade our leaky raincoat situation we opted for a perfect pair, the Weldon and Londoner.

The Weldon--with its premium cotton/nylon outer shell that, while breathable, is wind- and water-proof thanks to its DWR (Durable Water Repellent) coating--has a custom Nobis camo mesh liner for enhanced breathability; two-way zipper at the center front; adjustable hood; pit zip vents; front flap with magnetic closure; magnetic flap pockets at the chest; side pockets behind the patch pocket; multipurpose patch pocket at hips with separate front and side entry; dropped tail at back hem for added coverage; shirring inserts on upper back panels for movement; sleeve cuffs with double snaps for adjustment; hem with draw cord for adjustment; and inner zipped chest pocket for added storage.

The Londoner, meanwhile, also is DWR coated, with a premium three-layer bonded PE/PU -fabrication laminated Nobis Tech membrane seam-sealed construction; hidden center-front zipper with placket and snap closures; angled lower hip pockets and back vent at hem for enhanced mobility.

Go to www.us.no-bis.com to learn more about its wide-ranging array of outer-wear for men and women.

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Publication:USA Today (Magazine)
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Date:May 1, 2018
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