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Greater Clothing Adds Nat Geo Apparel

Greater Clothing Adds Nat Geo Apparel

Greater Clothing Company will release its National Geographic Apparel fall collection to better department stores in North America in October. The collection includes four separate lines. The Rugged Series, designed for the day-to-day explorer, includes t

Greater Clothing Company will release its National Geographic Apparel fall collection to better department stores in North America in October. The collection includes four separate lines.

The Rugged Series, designed for the day-to-day explorer, includes the Herringbone North Region Explorer jacket and vest, Cameraman Utility jacket and vest, and the Fisherman peacoat.

The Explorer Series is a collection of more technical outdoor apparel featuring lightweight, water- and wind-resistant garments made from mixed materials.

The Go Series provides active-wear, including eco-friendly tees, sweatshirts and pants. 

The Storm Series is a traditional rainwear collection of jackets and coats fabricated from lightweight, breathable materials.

“Our goal is to enable people to explore the world and all it has to offer,” says John Dumbacher, senior vice president of licensing for National Geographic. “With the introduction of National Geographic Apparel from Greater Clothing Company, we will have a rich array of lifestyle and high-performance clothing for National Geographic’s own explorers to wear in the field as well as garments for those traveling and exploring the world on their own.”

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