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Men's Raincoats

The style of men's raincoats has changed very little over the last 100 years. Classic outer garments are a sound investment because they do not date and last for many years. Men's raincoats are traditionally made from water resistant gabardine. They are available in a range of styles to suit your outfit and weather.

The different styles of men's raincoats

The classic, and waterproof, full length Mackintosh is an investment garment that is designed to last. Whilst the popular, modern lightweightfull length raincoat was created by Thomas Burberry in the early 20 th century.

Water repellant on the outside, and cosy on the inside, the hooded jacket is a comfortable, reliable and affordable alternative to the investment Mac and raincoat. Boasts reflective features, quilted lining and multiple pockets.

Waterproof and hardwearing, the performance coat is cut to the hip and made from high tech fabric. The water repellant coat boasts sealed seams, high warmth Thermo-Guard insulation and an adjustable hood.

Practical and lightweight, PVC long coats and jackets are ideally worn as workwear.

The anorak style work jacket is made from breathable waterproof PU coated fabric and is designed to be pulled on over the head. It features adjustable elasticated cuffs, mesh lining, press stud pockets and integral hood.

Perfect for working outdoors in inclement weather, rain suits comprise of pull on elasticated waist trousers and a front zip fastening rain jacket, with a foldaway hood. Most rain suits are made from a lightweight nylon and PVC mix.

Different types of men's raincoat materials

Waterproof, lightweight and breathable, Gore-Tex is able to repel water whilst allowing vapour to pass through. The comfortable and long lasting material is often used to make outdoor garments.

Lightweight synthetic men's nylon raincoats and jackets are durable and weather resistant and for a wrinkle resistant look, polyester is smooth, lightweight and quick drying.

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