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apronboy wrote: ↑
December 22nd, 2017, 5:19 pm
I love to see gents in ivory white rubberised cotton riding macks collar up belted with black rubber boots.
Oh Yes,a Strict Master...Mmmm
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It has to be PVC or plastic rainwear for me. PVC rainwear on women is good to see but I like wearing unisex PVC raincoats too.
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mactim wrote: ↑
December 20th, 2017, 8:17 am
I agree you can't beat a traditional gaberdine mackintosh, fully buttoned and tightly belted up and the the pakamac needs to be hooded and the outfit needs to be completed with a pair of hunter wellies!
Perhaps something like this? Alas, no Pakamac, though.
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Agreed, that's what you call a traditional gaberdine mackintosh! I don't think it needs a pakamac, as I think that mackintosh especially with the hood will keep the wearer totally dry even in the heaviest downpour!
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Gotta be rubber for me.
Gloves, macs, aprons and wellies all do it for me.
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Mine has always been nylon with pvc lining like 2 piece waterproofs cannot do with out them got loads