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Like me, your enthusiasm was sparked by school rainwear.
Although plastic macs were allowed as part of our school uniform, they had to be grey, grey-black, or black, to harmonise with the navy blue basic uniform.
At school, on wet days, I could hardly concentrate on lessons, knowing so many of them were hanging in the cloakroom, drying so beautifully.
As I have previously implied, I hav9e no doubt at all on the veracity of Stories website.
Despite the wonderful convenience of Pakamacs, I have my eyes on an olive green heavy latex rubber mac, from Weathervain, and this may be my next purchase..for thought...a rubber mac...rubber mac...
The comments are good, but the macs themselves would be even better.
I was standing at the lake, near to Isobel's house, hoping she would appear, but not on this occasion.
In the meantime, I will keep searching for those cherished gems from Chadderton....... I have just discovered the site and have very much enjoyed reading all the comments with interest bringing back old memories of when I was taken to get fitted for school rainwear or my sisters .Alternatively,you would do well to consider "Stay Dry Rainwear".They stock excellent,low-priced nylon macs,in both navy and black.In west London where I lived there were two shops that specialised in school uniforms one for boys and gents and the other for girls and both fully stocked pakamac plastic and nylon raincoats which were compulsory then at most schools in the area.So usually about once a year you were taken to get fitted, usually for a gabardine raincoat and a pakamac to fit over the top ,then you were fully measured for both so you got the correct fitting .
Rest assured, I do remain witnin the confines of decency! A Happy New Year to all the waterproof fraternity-let's hope there is as much rain as possible!