Peter Storm (clothing)
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Bibby was credited with inventing the cagoule (as an outdoor garment) in the early 1960s. A cagoule was a long waterproof garment with a hood, but no front zip – an over-the-head design, named after the French word for a cowl or monk's hood.
After Bibby's death in 1989, the British rights to the name were bought by Blacks Leisure Group – subsequently acquired by JD Sports – and Peter Storm branded clothes are now sold mainly through its chains of Blacks and Millets and Tiso shops. A different line of clothing is sold internationally under the Peter Storm name by Outdoor Equipment.
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