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Duluth picks Naturalle nylon fabric for Scrapper outerwear
23
Oct '12
To help guys tear through work without tearing their gear, omni-channel workwear retailer Duluth Trading Company introduces a line-up of Scrapper outerwear made with rip-resisting, durable CORDURA Naturalle nylon fabric. The vests and jackets are made of smooth – never poufy – polyester taffeta lining to slide on easily over layers, so working guys and gals don't have to wrestle in and out of stiff, bulky clothing.

"Tough CORDURA fabric is a great addition to Duluth's outerwear offering.  It impressively helps ward off on-the-job damage like protruding nails and sharp edges that would usually shred puffy down vests and jackets," says Stephanie Pugliese, president of Duluth Trading Company, based in Belleville, Wis.

"Our customers surely don't bail when the going gets rough and incorporating CORDURA fabric into our product line helps us continue to offer the high-quality, ingenious products they need."

In addition to tough-as-nails attributes, the Scrapper vests and jackets will also block wind, fend off rain and shed moisture. The lineup includes:

  • New Men's Scrapper Jacket
  • New Men's Scrapper Hooded Jacket
  • New Men's Scrapper Vest
  • New Women's Scrapper Jacket
  • New Women's Scrapper Vest

Duluth Trading Company is a multichannel apparel retailer carrying on that tradition of ingenious workwear that solves problems for hardworking men and women.

INVISTA's CORDURA brand essence celebrates individual durability: As Long As The World Is Full Of Durable People, We'll Keep Making Durable Fabrics. Known for its resistance to abrasions, tears and scuffs, CORDURA fabric is a primary ingredient in many of the world's leading high-performance gear and apparel products ranging from luggage, upholstery and backpacks to footwear, military equipment, tactical wear, workwear and performance apparel. 

Duluth Trading Company


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