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The water resistant Ventile™ fabric, developed by scientists at the Shirley Institute in Manchester, was a revolution that protected the pilots from immediate soaking and extended life expectancy to 20 minutes. The fabric became a staple supply for the RAF and is still used in RAF and NATO flight suits today.
Our raincoats are light weight and perfect for wearing over a suit on rainy days, offering protection and comfort. We are delighted to offer them in the three colourways shown here.
One of the problems with raincoats today is the lack of style. Richard has applied his own unique styling to these raincoats; you will clearly see our distinctive cut, high in the armhole, waisted and with a certain flair.
Our raincoats are light weight and perfect for wearing over a suit on rainy days, offering protection and comfort. You will be seeing more of them over the coming months, but we will be noting interest from customers who might like to reserve one ahead of the spring showers.
Our model features a fly front with vertical welted pockets, wrist wraps and a tab and button on the collar, chain hanger, two vertical inside pockets with zips.
To enquire about Richard Anderson Ventile Raincoats, contact us today by calling: