It was the first European sailors in the 15th century who normalised the use of this warm, waterproof garment. They reportedly brought back and altered a little cloak from the Maghreb, which was locally known as a "qaba" and worn by the Barbary pirates. (more…)
The pea coat accompanies adventurers and travelers for centuries all over the world. A story to which Dalmard Marine is particularly attached. (more…)
The Dalmard Marine logo is rooted in its maritime history. It represents the port-side and starboard-side buoys, markers which allow boats to return home safely into the harbours and along the channels. (more…)
Before being handed the name "kabic" (from the Breton word, "kab", meaning cloak, with "ig" added on the end), the "kab-aod" seafaring cloak was a hooded jacket designed in the 19th century by "goémoniers" (seaweed farmers) in the Finistère region, to protect themselves against bad weather. (more…)
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