“This agreement will put the Postal Service on the cutting edge of functional fashion,” says Steven Mills, corporate licensing manager, USPS. “The main focus will be to produce Rain Heat & Snow apparel and accessories using technology to create ‘smart apparel,’ also known as wearable electronics.”
The range will focus initially on menswear, with plans for a women’s line in the future.
“The products will build on the rich American history of this iconic brand, creating specialized apparel for consumers, at affordable prices, delivering something new and exciting that retailers can offer their customers,” says Isaac Crawford, chief
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