8th February 2017
If we had to choose one article of clothing that was completely essential to life in the British Isles then it would have to be a reliable raincoat. Rain is a fact of life in this green and pleasant land, so being prepared for it makes perfect sense. Whoever said ‘there’s no such thing as bed weather, just the wrong clothes’ had it down to a tee.
We take a great deal of time and care over our Right as Rain collections; no detail is left unchecked and no way of making our coats and jackets even more comfortable, stylish and easy-to-wear is left undiscovered. Here’s why our Right as Rain collection is one of our best-loved and best-selling ranges.
The difference is in the details. We use waterproof fabrics for our Right as Rain jackets and heat seal the seams with tape to make sure they’re watertight. That’s why we can say with confidence that our coats are waterproof. But it’s not just practicality that sets our collections apart. We take care to use unique-to-Joules prints for our coat linings and add colour pop trims and piping, not to mention first-class zips and popper fastenings. Drawstrings add shape to waists and curved hems are designed to flatter. There really is no need not to look stylish, even when the wind’s up and the rain’s vertical.
A shorter, boxy style that’s buttoned and zipped too to protect from those pesky winds. A soft jersey lining keeps it comfortable while taped seams make it 100% waterproof.
The A-line cut of this coat and deep pleat to the back give a flattering shape. It’s also made from breathable fabric that’s 100% waterproof too.
A 3-in-1 jacket makes short work of dealing with any kind of weather. Zip the fleece jacket into the waterproof outer when it’s cold and wet, wear them separately when it’s not. Clever stuff.
The hood on this men’s waterproof jacket rolls away to create an insulated collar to keep draughts at bay while a checked lining provides a classic, timeless appeal.
Half-lined with cotton jersey this long-line coat is made from a lightweight rubber fabric, printed in a hand-drawn in-house print, which can deal with even the heaviest of downpours.
Crafted from a robust rubber fabric and lined with soft jersey, this little raincoat is good for the rainiest of days. The only problem? Choosing which print design.
How does your family stay dry on rainy days?