We are entering the rainy season, so if you want to keep dry and stay stylish, check out my five of the best 1960s-inspired raincoats.
You can be sure of two things. There’s always a rainy season and when it starts, the single-breasted raincoat at Uniqlo hits the shelves.
As it has just gone on the market, I thought I would let everyone in on the upcoming 1966 Harry Palmer raincoat by Lancashire Pike.
This numbering is a bit confusing. A few years ago, the G10 was a bomber jacket. However, since WP Lavori took on the brand it is no more – it is now the Baracuta G10 overcoat.
I know, it’s not exactly raincoat weather right now. But soon it will be and you might want to check out something as classic as this newly-launched Sunspel Mac.
If you were a fan of the classic 1960s Baracuta Ramsey raincoat, you might be partial to this Jaeger Single Storm Flap Car Coat.
Seeing as the rain seems pretty relentless (at least in the UK anyway), thought it might be a good time to flag up the Jump The Gun Harry Palmer-style raincoat.
With the official Baracuta site still selling off cheap Harringtons and the company recently sold to Italian brand WP Lavori, I presumed that there would be no new Baracuta stock for a while. Then these new Baracuta G23 Ramsey raincoats suddenly popped up.