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Graphene Jacket. Part jacket. Part science experiment. Made with the only material in the world with a Nobel Prize.

While it’s completely invisible and only a single atom thick, graphene is the lightest, strongest, most conductive material ever discovered, and has the same potential to change life on Earth as stone, bronze and iron once did. Following in the footsteps of the scientists who discovered it through their own highly speculative experiments, we've released graphene-coated jackets into the world as experimental prototypes.

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  • fastcompany

    The first Graphene Jacket is here, and it’s magical...more akin to a hackathon than a fashion design process.

  • Wired

    Crazy counter-intuitive night-running garb from the sportswear brand that brought out a Kevlar jumper designed to outlast your lifetime.

  • Fast

    The reason the jacket is so striking is just as much about the fine finishing details as it is any technological innovation. The glow stretches evenly end-to-end, everywhere but the zippers and pull strings, to include even the seams themselves.

  • hiconsumption

    Vollebak is to the technical clothing world what Skunk Works is to the aeronautics industry. The small London-based team is constantly releasing cutting-edge products that seem as much science experiments as they do functional pieces of gear.

  • uncrate

    The visibly stunning piece of outerwear acts like a mirror for whatever light conditions you're in, with a liquid metal appearance under the sun that shifts to a bionic blue at night with any camera flash, torch, or searchlight.