raincoats

Friday, November 5th, 2010

10:00 pm

Martin Clothing Short Rain Trench

We visited Martin Clothing in 2009 and they released the Autumn/Winter 2010 collection. The “Short Rain Trench” encapsulates “solid construction combined with extremely light weight fabric.” The “mesh ports located on the shoulder joints provide unimpeded ventilation while the high…

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Thursday, October 14th, 2010

1:30 pm

MHL Khaki Pocket Raincoat

Choosing great pieces from a Margaret Howell collection isn’t the hardest of tasks, but here’s one we’ve especially taken to. We’ve been obsessed with raincoats for the last few months but we haven’t started getting the snarky comments we get…

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Wednesday, October 6th, 2010

10:30 am

Patrik Ervell Hooded Raincoat

Patrik Ervell relaunched his e-commerce site the other day and here’s our pick of the bunch. It shouldn’t be a surprise to SL reader that it’s the most expensive piece on the site (what can we say? we’ve got champagne…

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Monday, September 20th, 2010

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

9:00 pm

Stutterheim Raincoats

Aplace stocks this wonderful raincoat from Stutterheim which is about the most bare essential raincoat we’ve seen in sometime. They’re handmade in Sweden and numbered for your individuality. “Based on the original patterns from the 1960’s (founded them in a…

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Thursday, August 26th, 2010

10:30 am

Elka For Norse Projects Raincoat

We’re officially late on this but godammit, we’re gonna feature it anyway. And plus, it’s actually been raining where we live, so a raincoat should be on everyone’s wish list. Before anyone starts, yes it is a bright shade of…

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Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

6:00 pm

Mackage Packables Raincoats

Mackage has worked on re-fashioning the standard nylon raincoat into something more in the vein of leather bomber jackets. They come priced at just under 300$US. Something for everyone. More looks at the Mackage Packables Raincoats after the click.

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Monday, March 29th, 2010

10:30 am

Folk Rainmac

If you’ve been paying attention – and we mean really paying attention, not just skimming us on google reader – you’ll have noticed a dearth of navy coats. It’s not that we don’t like or wear these anymore, but once…

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Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010

6:30 pm

Elka for Norse Projects Rain Coat

Despite all our optimistic recommendations of shorts and other lightweight garb, you can be sure that it’ll rain at some point. Which is why you need a coat like this. Made in collaboration with rainwear experts Elka, this Norse Projects…

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Thursday, October 15th, 2009

10:59 pm

Norwegian Rain Autumn 2009 Raincoats

By golly, there is a new raincoat collection in town. Norwegian Rain debuts their Autumn 2009 collection of high impact raingear. Bergen, arguably the rainiest city on Planet Earth, is about as proper a city to produce the new line.…

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