Vollebak’s 100 Year Vest Is Practically Indestructible

May 30, 2019

Category: Gear

Vollebak continues to add to its lineup of incredibly tough apparel with a vest that uses the same material found in their nearly indestructible pants and shorts. The Vollebak 100 Year Vest is built to last under the most demanding conditions, making it perfect for thrillseekers addicted to danger.

Whether it’s fire, wind, or water, this vest will come out intact thanks to its Swiss-engineered material. The vest is so tough you can’t burn a hole through it or tear it without dedicated effort. It has two spacious zippered pockets on each side for all your primary EDC and nine other pockets for additional storage, including two back pockets with storm flaps, so you can haul as much as a backpack. It even has three heavy-duty military belt tapes made for carabiners, allowing you to attach just about anything. If you’re looking for apparel that will last a lifetime, add this ultimate utility vest to your closet.

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