January 28, 2016

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D-TOWN UTILITY DOG TRAINING SWEATSHIRT™
 

Functionality meets style in this unique training sweatshirt. The D-Town Utility Dog Training Sweatshirt™ features a 5-pocket utility design for convenience of storing personal and dog items. This mid-weight, form-fitting pullover is designed for durability, style, comfort and function; with plenty of breathing room and ergonomic seems allow full-range movement and access to its unique pocket features. Perfect for everyday activity and sport-specific training.


Founded by Forrest Micke, Damon Jennings, and Fred Railling, D-Town Gear was born to fill the gap between utilitarian training vests and everyday active apparel. The original concept was to incorporate the functionality of a training vest into an article of clothing that could be worn on and off the training field. After 4 initial prototypes and over a year gathering feedback from other trainers in the field, the original D-Town Utility Sweatshirt was born.


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