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  1. #31
    Join Date
    Oct 2004
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    NL - Netherlands
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    Re: rainwear shopping tip in Zwolle the Netherlands

    Quote Originally spoken by rubberpak
    Hi to all!

    For those who are living in the Netherlands and especially in Zwolle or surroundings; there are two shops with really nice rainwear. The first is Scholten tweewielerspecialist (luttekestraat 13) they have very soft pvc capes ad coats in all colours (and transparent) from Jeantex. You can also order at Jeantex.com but not all of them are on the site.
    The second shop is Huisman BV (Buitenkant 14) they have some sailcoats (upstairs) and a lot of heavy pvc coats and trousers in black, yellow and white (at the back of the shop, a bit hidden).

    Happy new year to all of you!
    Hallo Regenpak,

    Die pakken bij huisman in Zwolle zijn dat nog ouderwetse zware pakken of zijn ze gemaakt van nieuwer materiaal. zou het graag van je horen.

    groet hrbbrman2

  2. #32
    rubberpak

    Default Re: rainwear shopping tip in Zwolle the Netherlands

    Hoi hrbbrman2,

    Er staat in het etiket helaas weinig informatie (alleen het bedrijf Dolfing Druten) Het zijn wel zwaardere pakken dan de bekende gele pvc pakken (die ze ook hebben). Weet niet of je dat bedoeld. Moet er wel bij zeggen dat de binnenkant niet van pvc is maar van een soort textiel. Buitenkant is van
    redelijk zwaar pvc. Hoop dat het is wat je zoekt. Succes! Laat me weten of het is gelukt. Als je voor mij nog tips hebt, hoor ik ze graag.

    Groet,

    rubberpak

  3. #33
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    Default Re: rainwear shopping tip in Zwolle the Netherlands

    hallo Ruberpak,

    Zo gauw ik daar in de buurt ben ga ik kijken en hopelijk ook kopen

    groeten hrbbrmen2

  4. #34
    Diane44sub

    Default Re: rubber lined mackintosh's and capes

    I bought a superb black single texture rubber lined cotton cape with drawstring hood from Cocoon. It was ankle length, with fly button fastening and false pockets. I used to put it on back to front, then tie the hood over my face - absolute heaven

  5. #35
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    Jan 2005
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    Default Rubber Mackintosh (sp?) Suppliers

    I have a new girlfriend/possible new wife who seems to be very amenable to my love for rubber and sneakers and related items like diving gear. I am looking for a rubber mac(k)intosh (spelling, please?) for her. Where online can I look for these? Are they all from the UK?
    Many thanks,
    SCUBADoc
    Oklahoma, USA

  6. #36
    Rubberwalker

    Default Re: Rubber Mackintosh (sp?) Suppliers

    Hi there,

    Firstly, congratulations on being with someone willing to experiment .. I think a rubber mack is an excellent idea!

    There has always been disagreement over the spelling - 'mackintosh', 'macintosh' ...

    There are a few suppliers in the UK who sell macks:

    Lakeland Elements at http://www.lakelandelements.com

    Weathervain at http://www.weathervain.com

    Sealwear at http://www.sealwear.co.uk/

    They are not exactly cheap - a made to measure double breasted trenchcoat style mack from Lakeland Elements will cost in the region of ?300. But, worth every penny!

    A woman strolling down the street in a long black rubber mack is a true Goddess!

  7. #37
    rubbersheep

    Default Re: Rubber Mackintosh (sp?) Suppliers

    Greetings all
    Personally I would never again deal with weathervain. Some time ago I purchased a MTM mack for over ?400 which let in water through the button stitching, they refused to deal with the problem and stopped answering my communications (letters,tele calls, email). So be warned.

  8. #38
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    Default Re: Rubber Mackintosh (sp?) Suppliers

    Thanks for that info Rubbersheep. We were about to place an order with them, but might think twice now! Anyone had a good experience with them?

  9. #39
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    Jul 2004
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    NO - Norway
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    Default Re: Rubber Mackintosh (sp?) Suppliers

    I have not studied their Macs, but visited their shop few times some years ago. The quality of the garments left quite a bit to be desired, trousers, dresses and other clothing was stitched but not glued or sealed on the backside. Even the new items in the shop showed traces of material stress where the stiches were. Never bought anything as I did not trusted that the items would last without tearing.

    Did not bother to check on them lately, so if they improved I would not know today. We buy our items other places.

    Regards
    L8X

  10. #40
    Join Date
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    UK England (south eastern)
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    Default Re: Rubber Mackintosh (sp?) Suppliers

    I bought an sbr mac from weathervain three years ago and it is still good ,the seams were taped inside and the buttons had small buttons on the back to prevent the button stitchng pulling through the mac material ,i also have a rubber lined nylon coat which is also fully taped inside ,i dont get wet ,!!

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