Woolrich Introduces The Rainwear Collection

by | Jun 26, 2015 | Fashion

Photo courtesy of Woolrich

Photo courtesy of Woolrich

The Woolrich John Rich & Bros’ new Spring/Summer 2016 collection offers a new five fabric development,  Rainwear line, and the first Woolrich Summer Parka.

The new Rainwear collection features four of Woolrich’s high quality rainproof materials: Gore-Tex, Rainwear Poly, City Fabric, and Fancy Rainwear, each offering men various selections for the spring and summer trends.

GTX Mac caters to the elegant man.  Woolwich John Rich & Bros played off of its GORE-TEX® technology to offer a wind-resistant and  breathable waterproof outerwear, for a man who wants function and style. 

The Rainwear Poly caters to the man who likes to switch things up. The waterproof fabric is offers consumers a choice between theWeston Mac, which has bigger pockets and detachable quilted gilet, and the weather- resistant classic Weston Trench 

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Although summer calls for warmer days, the City Fabric material is Woolrich’s remedy for cooler nights. The new technology has a three-layer waterproof material in numerous styles like a three-quarter jacket, trench coat, and a hooded jacket.

The Fancy Rainwear consist of a variety of rain-resistant garments produced in Italy with a dyed polyester microfibre, and the newest generation waterproof membrane. This technology offers protection, comfort, and a classic Italian style.

The Spring/Summer 2016 Woolrich collection is also reintroducing the iconic Arctic Parka, which encompasses the new city fabric, soft and natural-feeling quality, waterproof, breathable triple-layer fabric in a blend of Polyester and Viscose, while sticking to the core designs of the iconic arctic parka. The classic Teton Rudder Jacket has also been reintroduced as the  new Teton Rudder Bomber with laminated Nylon, zip fastener, cuffs with adjustable buttons and a detachable hood. 

All of the reinventions of Woolrich’s classic styles and garments are in honor of there 185 year anniversary. 

by- Krissy Lewis 

Downtown Magazine