INVENTING THE MAC RAINCOAT
Imagine heading to work and the rain unexpectedly starts falling from the sky. It always happens at the most inconvenient times. However, suiting up in a raincoat can suddenly seem as a great idea. RAINS rainwear comes in an extensive variety of styles, fit and colors – long raincoats, tailored or oversized and in colors as black, blue or yellow. The raincoat in itself has undergone a lot of changes throughout the time. As early in 1824, the Scottish chemist, Charles Macintosh, sold his very first waterproof coat named after himself – the Mackintosh raincoat or just the Mac raincoat. Today, the name “Mackintosh coat” is a generic term for any given raincoat.
RAINS MACKINTOSH RAINCOAT
The RAINS ‘Mac’ raincoat is a unisex style and an interpretation of the classic raincoat redesigned with a bomber inspired collar, spacious pockets and an adjustable vent in the lower back. Furthermore, the ‘Mac’ coat is crafted with ultrasonically welded seams and adjustable snap buttons. Focusing on comfort and functionality, the raincoat is crafted from a lightweight material and with air-vents to ensure ventilation. Due to its many functions, the long ‘Mac’ coat style can be worn for casual as well as classier occasions. Combining functionality with contemporary details, RAINS’s take on the Mackintosh is made for modern men and women.