The Langly Field Jacket is a multifaceted jacket for travelers and photo enthusiasts. The jacket just launched on Kickstarter and offers a wide array of utility for those that need a high performance jacket for a fraction of the price.
Langly sets the bar high with it’s 3 Layer, fully weatherproof garment. It’s proprietary fabric provides complete protection from RAIN, WIND and SNOW.
The Field Jacket is the ultimate accessory for travelers, photographers or anyone trying to keep their valuable items safe when weather conditions are less than desirable. The inspiration for this jacket comes from one of the most iconic utilitarian designs of all time, the M-65 field jacket. Originally developed by the military to function in any climate, the M-65 keeps cool on hot days, warm on cold nights, and dry during monsoons.
Starting from scratch, Langly engineered their own state of the art materials. Their proprietary weather-shield technology keeps moisture and wind outside the shell while still letting the body breathe, wicking away perspiration keeping the user warm and dry. In addition, every seam on the jacket is fully tape-sealed, ensuring a completely weatherproof shell.
The jacket features multiple reinforced snap-flap pockets, an adjustable hood and cuffs, a wind and water-resistant shell and only the finest hardware available. The Tailored pockets cater specifically to personal devices and the modern globetrotter’s need to access them. Pass- through channels covertly route headphone or battery charger cables from the exterior to the interior upper pockets. The pockets are lined with an RFID-blocking material to keep passports, credit cards, and travel documents secure.
In photo configuration mode, the Langly Field Jacket features a tethering system that can be attached inside the front pockets. The system keeps as many as five much-used accessories at hand.
Langly was founded in 2012 by professional photographer Evan Lane. Since then, Langly bags have made it to all seven continents, giving a safe home to professional photographer’s and hardcore traveler’s gear. In 2016, Evan joined forces with Jerrod Cornish, apparel industry veteran, to create the new apparel branch, Langly Supply.