Daily Crush: British-Inspired Raincoats by Stutterheim

Best Running Rain Jackets 2021 | Running Jacket Reviews

Daily Crush: British-Inspired Raincoats by Stutterheim

How motivated you are to step out into a shower—and how long you’re willing to train in the rain once you’re there—often comes down to how well your jacket performs against the elements.

Rain jackets for runners come in a range of options, from lightweight shells to heavy-duty outerwear, and with a variety of features, such as hoods that cinch, pockets to pack into, and reflective trimming. There’s also the fabric’s water-resistance and breathability to consider.

Read on for tips on how to buy a rain jacket that fits your running style, followed by our reviews of the best after extensive testing.

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Источник: https://www.runnersworld.com/gear/a20866193/best-running-rain-jackets/

6 Scandinavian Raincoats You’ll Want to Wear Every Day

Daily Crush: British-Inspired Raincoats by Stutterheim

The raincoat is an indispensable closet staple that can all too easily skew frumpy instead of fashionable—which is all the more reason to invest in a statement piece that can keep you dry year-round.

In our hunt for the perfect rain jacket, we started in a region that’s known for unforgiving weather: Scandinavia.

From the classic, minimalist Stutterheim coat to the street-ready Rains jacket, the options below are designed for performance and look just as chic in the great outdoors as they do in the urban jungle.

Based in Stockholm, Stutterheim brands itself as offering «Swedish melancholy at its driest.»

Far from combatting the rain, Stockholm brand Stutterheim relishes the gloom, selling minimalist coats with the tagline «Swedish melancholy at its driest.

» Founder Alexander Stutterheim found inspiration for the coat’s classic contours in his grandfather’s old fishing jacket, and the accompanying emotional resonance of pensiveness, wistfulness, and creativity.

The company’s offerings are a clean, contemporary take on the traditional rain jacket, made from premium rubberized cotton for a satisfying drape and a silky, smooth texture. We were struck by the heavy-duty, yet elegant, material, and impressed by the coat’s versatility, as the generous cut allows for layering throughout the seasons.

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Stutterheim Mosebacke Jacket — Women's

Timeless raincoat from Stutterheim. Mid-weight waterproof fabric. Hooded design with drawcord. Full snap button closure. Front welt pockets at waist. Double welded seams. Tonal hardware. Subtle stamped branding at left hem. A-line silhouette. Soft cotton self lining.

You probably recognize this brand thanks to the ubiquitous Kånken backpack, the first iteration of which was designed in Örnsköldsvik, Sweden, by then 14-year-old Åke Nordin. Officially established in 1960 and launched in the U.S.

in 2012, the Fjällräven brand is now much beloved by millennials for its collection of outdoor gear and apparel.

The company’s waterproof jackets combine simple, Scandinavian design with superior performance, and look just as good in the woods as they do in the office.

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Fjällräven Women's Greenland Eco Shell Jacket

The Fjällräven Women's Greenland Eco Shell Jacket is a 3L waterproof shell for wet weather use. Capable of taking on rain, snow, sleet and more, this offers a slightly longer cut and protection all year round.

Headquartered in Aarhus, Denmark, and founded in 2012, Rains offers a modern rendition of the traditional rain slicker that’s both high-functioning and stylish enough to pass as streetwear.

The lightweight, water-resistant, matte-finish jacket boasts deep pockets and a thoughtful cap on the hood, which kept the drizzle our eyes. We were impressed by how warm, yet packable, the coat was, adding insulation without bulk.

It’s the ideal layer for both daily commutes and urban escapades—and best of all, the styles are set at an accessible price point.

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Staying close to her roots, designer Ilse Jacobsen launched her eponymous brand in her hometown—the historic, seaside hamlet of Hornbæk, Denmark—in 1993.

Inspired by the wide, sandy beaches and dunes of Jacobsen’s stomping grounds, the brand’s designs marry understated luxury with utility, all while flattering the feminine shape.

The brand has since expanded to include flower shops, a spa, and a beauty line, creating a universe that promotes style and personal wellness.

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Marimekko Unikko Rain Poncho

This Rain Poncho has the Unikko pattern and it has taped main seams, two snap buttons at both sides and a hood with a drawstring closure. The lightweight poncho can be folded away into the front snap button pocket for easy storage.

Named for the latitudinal line that traverses the small, Icelandic village of Suðureyri where the company was founded, 66°North got its start in 1926 when Hans Kristjánsson set out to design protective wear for fishermen and workers setting out to brave the wild elements. High performance, durability, and versatility continue to suffuse the brand’s product line, which includes the award-winning Snæfell Jacket, and a clean, sporty aesthetic keep these coats appropriate for city adventures.

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66° North Men's Snaefell Neoshell Jacket

The perfect versatile outdoor jacket. With a simple and classic fit it can be worn at pretty much any occasion whether you are biking around the city, skiing in the countryside or walking around during a rainy day.

Based in Bergen, Norway—known as the rainiest city in Europe—Norwegian Rain offers hardcore protection against wet weather thanks to sophisticated, high-tech Japanese fabrics.

Founder and creative director Alexander Helle comes from a business background, while bespoke tailor and designer T-Michael lends an expert eye to the brand’s sophisticated silhouettes.

The small, collaborative team produces exquisitely crafted coats that will truly stand the test of time—though the price point is decidedly high, with some pieces running well over $1,000.

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Источник: https://www.dwell.com/article/best-scandinavian-rain-jackets-raincoats-b92225b2

Best raincoats for surviving a British downpour

Daily Crush: British-Inspired Raincoats by Stutterheim

There are a handful of menswear items that are essential tenets of all masculine wardrobes – a hefty selection of high-quality raincoats being one of them, especially if you live in the UK.

Though men's raincoats are a primarily practical piece, that’s not to say that they shouldn’t be stylish too. You need only look to the silver screen for proof.

From Humphrey Bogart’s cinch-waist trench in Casablanca to Christian Bale’s transparent mac in American Psycho to Harrison Ford’s caramel topper in Blade Runner, the raincoat is an unimpeachable lynchpin of superbly masculine style.

Here, to help you pick your own raincoat – and to help you wear it properly – is our edit of the best out there, plus a couple of styling tips to see you through any deluge.

1. Top off a two-piece with a trench

Make Hedi Slimane at Celine and team your classic trench with a super-slim-cut suit. Your trench should be stone or caramel, your suit should be slim-cut and ideally navy and the belt of your trench should be tied – you want to keep your silhouette as slim as possible, after all.

2. A single-breasted raincoat is an easy route in

A single-breasted style is your best bet for an easy-waring waterproof. Though you'd do well to keep the shell of your coat simple, bring a bit of life to the look by opting for a coat lined in a bold, bright print from a brand such as Versace. Team with a patterned shirt, some slim black trousers and an excess of jewellery to help banish the grey.

3. When in doubt, leather’s a shout

Leather trench coats were everywhere last year, and remain a stylish and waterproof option for downpours to come. Opt for something close-cut, black and high-shine for optimum high-fashion effect.

Shop GQ’s pick of the best raincoats for men…

  • To those who favour a neutral colour palette, you’ll be pleased with this beige Blocktech raincoat from Uniqlo. With its double vents along the back for easy movement and pressure-bonded seam tape for ultra-wet weather protection, this is a failsafe purchase – and the slick silhouette is guaranteed to complement pretty much any outfit. £99.90.uniqlo.com

  • Yes, Raey's outerwear pick is practical, functional and ideal for both rainy days in the city and mud-laden countryside walks… but it also brings a sense of drama that we just can't resist.

    In its oversized cut with lightly-puffed sleeves, this raincoat creates a broad silhouette that carries a suave European vibe on its structured shoulders. Take a bow. £795. Atmatchesfashion.

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  • For Alpine-inspired aesthetics, look no further than Moncler. In a bright white hue printed with a diagonal tri-stripe detail, this hooded raincoat cuts a look so sharp that it will have you wishing for a downpour. Oh, and it'll keep you dry in one too. £725. Atendclothing.com

  • A navy mac is a modern staple. It works well with tailoring, smart-casual or even the humble tracksuit. However, this Reiss version comes with a winter-busting zip-neck piece that can be added or subtracted depending on the severity of the chill that morning. You will be thankful for its existence heading into winter. £278.reiss.com

  • The North Face is the ultimate brand for hard-hitting outerwear and this long-lined raincoat is no exception.

    Crafted in a waterproof fabric that provides an impenetrable moisture barrier for guaranteed dryness, as well as featuring a seam-sealed DryVent 2L shell with full lining, this is one of the best pieces of waterproof outerwear you can buy. £180.thenorthface.com

  • Reminiscent of a certain marmalade-fanatic’s winter wardrobe, this dark green parka is built from an organic cotton-blend fabric with an insulated design that’ll keep you warm even in the chilliest of cold spells. But, un Paddington’s ensemble, there’s no need for a red bucket hat here. £180.cosstores.com

  • A waxed Barbour jacket never goes style.

    With signature details such as a corded fold-down collar, multiple pockets inside and out as well as a traditional tartan trim, this design is a classic piece of British heritage – and from a forecast point of view, the matte finish is weatherproof too. Our only tip: don’t wear it with Hunter wellies; you don’t want the festival blues to be too obvious. £168. At John Lewis.johnlewis.com

  • If you’re looking to keep it a little more casual, this 10 Corso Como will see you through the next downpour you encounter in laid-back style. Printed with an all-over graphic print, this rain jacket boasts a secure zipped fastening and a logo detail to one side. £80. Atfarfetch.com 

  • A tough twill blend of cotton and polyamide brings an assured durability that sits nicely alongside its equally dependable aesthetic. It is fully lined for extra weather protection, features hidden front buttons and diagonal welt pockets, plus the white coat-hook material adds a distinguished touch. £175.arket.com

  • As its name suggests, Rains is the label for brightening gloomy days, with its expertise in battling all the palava that the British weather puts us through. Given a mid-length and a boxy cut, this raincoat is defined by its drawstring hood and press-stud fastening. £97. Atrains.com

  • For those inclined towards to cosy, you needn't ditch your go-to hoodie silhouette this winter, just update it in a waterproof construction with this zipped drawstring anorak from Goodmove. And cut from recycled polyester, this piece doesn't just keep your outfit stylish and dry, but it also keeps your conscience clean. £79. Atmarksandspencer.com

  • Men of the world, say nay to the tyranny of dull colours this winter – embrace the eccentricity of a bright yellow mac.

    Canonised by our very own Paddington Bear (and be prepared for that reference to rain down on you), this vulcanised-cotton coat comes with an exuberant leather collar that proves it’s no joke.

    This coat will give your outfits life. £850.connollyengland.com

  • Just another stylish car coat? Look again. With a removable quilted lining, this jacket can be transformed to cope with whatever weather you might encounter. That's what we call versatility. £129.marksandspencer.com 

  • This Japanese label executes a puffer-jacket style with technical shell fabric that prevents moisture being a part of the experience.

    The designer defines their style as between “line and pattern”, evidenced by the unique collar and the back of the arms design, which will set you apart from everyone else’s unimaginative style.

    Notice the high pockets, too – perfect for stowing your hands away and letting your elbows hang freely. Oh, the joys. £795. Atmatchesfashion.com

  • Prada is all about slick cuts and nylon constructions. Marrying both, this buttoned raincoat is a streamlined pick for keeping your outfits both bone-dry and on point. Finished with the signature enamel logo plaque, this piece stands out and blends in simultaneously. £1,650. Atfarfetch.comandprada.com

  • Now, traditional styling is by no means a bad thing and a navy car coat in cotton gabardine gives you business chic, while the boardroom attire underneath stays bone dry. This coat sports extra features such as a quilted lining, contrast under-collar trim and a hidden zip fastening for weather security. £375.hackett.com

  • This exceptional Messenger raincoat by Toogood is for those looking for that something a little different, that intrigue, that indeterminable sense of panache. This coat has a personality. All the while, its traditional gabardine construction will prevent the rain from ruining your day. £630. Atmatchesfashion.com

  • This lightweight gabardine cotton-nylon raincoat is an ideal urban runaround for the more pluvial months and also comes with a detachable inner down vest for extra insulation. The colour play between the white down vest and the beige outer coat is a dreamy combination, too. £3,910.brunellocucinelli.com

  • Our go-to brand for raincoats? It’s got to be Stutterheim. The Swedish label has been crafting premium rainwear for over a decade now and the designs get better by the year.

    Our current favourite has got to be the Stockholm raincoat; with its rubberised fabric and bright yellow shade, this one will help you battle the miserable weather with serious optimism. £200.

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  • A brand hailing from the “Cottonopolis” that is Manchester, Private White VC is a pin-up of “Made In England” menswear.

    For more than 150 years, the label has been making outerwear for kings and queens, allied forces, musicians and Hollywood icons, all from the very same red-brick building on the banks of the Irwell.

    The Ventile mac is one of its best sellers and it's not hard to see why – it's the perfect balance of waterproof function and slick, sophisticated style. £650.privatewhitevc.com

  • Exclusive to Ki:ts London, WWS (Work Wear Suits) is a Japanese label that prides itself on innovative materialisation, notably on its signature two-piece suits.

    Its rain mac is equally as impressive, though, thanks to the Ultimex fabric that is completely weatherproof, stretchable enough to stow in a backpack without wrinkling and tough enough to throw in the washing machine, all while still being soft to the touch.

    Available in three versatile colourways, it's a winning combo when it comes to dressing for unpredictable-looking clouds. £210. Atkits-london.com

  • OK, so a raincoat must be first and foremost practical, but who’s to say it can’t be super stylish too? Certainly not British brand Connolly, whose trench coat in collaboration with Goodwood ticks all the boxes for sophisticated outdoor style. A cotton-gabardine blend, double-breasted structure and a striking monochrome colour scheme… what’s not to love? £1,100. Atmrporter.com

  • We’re all for making a statement through your finishing layer, and to do so, a trip to Gucci is calling.

    This nylon jacket is embossed with the house’s iconic GG jacquard motif and gains top points for its bold design details: from the striped webbing on the sleeves to the popping drawstrings on the hood to the little sartorial label emblazoned on the chest. The weather won’t know what’s hit it. £1,410.gucci.com

Источник: https://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/gallery/best-mens-raincoats

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