What’s so stimulating about a rainy day? Is it all that looking out the window? Do the heavy clouds force you inward, toward imagination and inspiration? That’s what happened to Leon-Claude Duhamel, on a rainy day in Paris in 1965. After watching his fellow Parisians rush by in the rain, he made the first K-Way, a lightweight, completely waterproof jacket, compact enough to be folded into a small hip bag. Since then K-Way has expanded to include new styles and cutting edge fabrics, guaranteeing a variety of ways to look good and stay dry at the same time.