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Women's PVC Coats and Jackets

PVC (polyvinyl chloride) clothing is a fabric coated with a special polymer. This plastic is waterproof, visually appealing and moderately resistant to damage. There are a huge range of women's PVC coats and jackets available, as its properties makes it effective at protecting you whatever the weather.


PVC Raincoats for women are very effective wind and rain cover. They are perfect for all kinds of outdoor activities from dog walking to attending festivals. There are many cheaper, simple or temporary kinds for short term usage, as well as more expensive outdoor raincoats suitable for long term activities.

Biker jackets

The different types and styles of women's PVC biker jackets are in popular demand. They come in a range of colours and some are accompanied by different accessories, such as fur linings or decorative zips.

Full length coats

Women's full length PVC coats provide full coverage from the elements and come in a range of colours to suit your outfit. Full length coats are available with hoods and can also be semi transparent to show off your outfit underneath. These are ideal at festivals as they allow you to show off your outfit whilst still being protected from the rain.

Caring for your PVC clothing

Women's PVC coats and jackets are generally very easy to clean, but may not be suitable for machine washing with certain chemicals. Make sure not to iron any PVC clothing, as the polymer is heat sensitive and may cause damage to the PVC.

PVC is not very breathable for your skin. Make sure your under layer is not likely to make you too warm or uncomfortable. Different colours should be stored separately to avoid accidental staining or transfer of colour.

There shouldn't be a need to 'shine' the PVC as it does a good job of retaining its appearance. However, this can be done with liquid silicone spray that can be bought in many specialist stores or online. Do not stretch the PVC coats and jackets, as the plastic layer cannot stretch as much as the fabric layer, resulting in damage to the PVC.

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