CLC Rain Wear R105X .35 MM PVC Trench Coat – XLarge

December 6, 2015 - Comment

48” length, safety yellow. 100% waterproof PVC on polyester, fully cut for comfort with detachable hood, comfortable corduroy collar, waterproof flag pockets, storm front jacket with double fly snap, caped back, ventilated. 35mm PVC. Product Features Full Cut Sizes To Fit Over Clothing. Storm Front Coat with Double Fly Snap. Detachable Drawstring Hood. Constructed with

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48” length, safety yellow. 100% waterproof PVC on polyester, fully cut for comfort with detachable hood, comfortable corduroy collar, waterproof flag pockets, storm front jacket with double fly snap, caped back, ventilated. 35mm PVC.

Product Features

  • Full Cut Sizes To Fit Over Clothing.
  • Storm Front Coat with Double Fly Snap.
  • Detachable Drawstring Hood.
  • Constructed with Heavyweight PVC (0.35mm).

Comments

Daria C. Apter says:

Best Yellow Rainslicker Years ago when I was in college, everyone wore the green hooded army surplus raincoats. They had two pockets and a zipper closing. I think they cost all of $7 at the campus bookstore. They were indestructable and absolutely they best in inclement weather. You could where them over a heavy sweater in cold upstate New York and survive the rain, snow and sleet. 

MagnoliaSouth says:

Best buy of the year! The other day I was caught in a downpour. When I say downpour I mean D-O-W-N-P-O-U-R! I spent about 10 seconds (or less) running from my car into Dillard’s. I was absolutely and positively soaked! I could wring out my hair, it was so bad. I realized then that I needed to keep some sort of raincoat in the car, again. Actually, I have an SUV and I keep a duffel bag in the car with all kinds of emergency schtuff. I used to live in Alaska and that was pretty much required. Old habits, die hard, I…

Spoiled Rott'n says:

Works great, even in hot hawaiian rain I’m 5’2″ so this coat hangs down to just above my ankles which is great. It keeps me completely dry. I wear it to ride my bicycle to the bus stop on rainy days and not only does it make me highly visible to drivers, it keeps me fairly dry. My knees and face got a little wet but it kept most of me dry and I didn’t have to worry about any loose ends that could get caught on my wheels or chain. 

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