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Raincoats (Men)

Best Raincoats (Men) in India - Reviews and Comparison 2021

We picked the raincoats (men) in 2021 for your budget and use cases.

Perfect rainwear is your best chance of survival in a relentless downpour from the heavens! Well, we don’t want to sound overdramatic, but a good raincoat is undoubtedly a must. Living in the tropics, we are very exposed to torrential rains and a windy atmosphere. Buying good rainwear is a widespread practice, but finding one is a tough job. Thus, this is our take on finding the best rainwear for you!

Raincoats (Women)

UPDATED

10/25/2021

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Rating

Material

Washing Care

Rain Resistance

Pro's & Con's

Fit Type

Length

Sleeves

Hood Design

Zipper

Hand Cuffs

Usage

Wind Resistance

Pockets

Colour/s Available

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Men’s Raincoat

Columbia

Men’s Raincoat

1442361

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Our Rating

9.5 / 10

12/2020

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Nylon

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Light to medium

Two zip hand pockets and one interior hook-and-loop pocket
Adjustable draw cord hem with mesh lining
Can be packed in a pocket size
Does not have a rain pant
Regular
Short
Full
Drawcord

Trekking

  

Safari

  

Camping

  

Travelling

  

Lifestyle

High
Black & Grey + 27 other shades

Columbia

Men’s Raincoat

1533891

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Our Rating

9.4 / 10

12/2020

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Nylon

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Light to moderate

Abrasion resistant chin guard
Fully sealed seams
Watertight II breathable material
Velcro strap is not an adequate hood design
Regular
Short
Full
Velcro strap

Trekking

  

Safari

  

Camping

  

Travelling

  

Lifestyle

High
Black

Versalis

Men’s Raincoat

B01HMOMA9A (ASIN)

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Our Rating

9.3 / 10

12/2020

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Polyester + PVC

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Machine wash

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Medium to heavy

Special inner tapping along stitches
Zipper at the centre
Complete rain suit
Made of blended material that can decrease the durability
Does not have a size chart
Regular
Full (Jacket + Pant)
Full
Drawcord

Daily use

  

Travelling

Medium

Blue

  

Black

  

Coffee

  

Grey

  

Olive Green

  

Khaki

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Alexa

Unisex Raincoat

AI0187AU144

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Our Rating

9.2 / 10

12/2020

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Polyester

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Medium

Full front zipper
Pant has a straight-leg design
Ideal for bike rides
Regular
Full (Jacket + Pant)
Full
Drawcord

Travelling

  

Hiking

  

Biking

Medium
Black
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The Clownfish

Sky One

CAPTAIN-202-P

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Our Rating

9.1 / 10

12/2020

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Polyester

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Hand wash

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Medium to heavy

Reversible use rainwear
Additional leak proof stitching
Overlaying flap with snap buttons over zippers prevents extra seepage
Regular
Full (Jacket + Pant)
Full
Drawcord
Daily use
Medium
Black

Xianco

Men’s Raincoat

B08FR74KNS (ASIN)

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Our Rating

9.0 / 10

12/2020

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Polyester

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Drizzle to moderate

Has side pockets with flaps
Drawcord hood is a perfect fit
Complete rain suit for maximum protection
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Full (Jacket + Pant)
Full
Drawcord

Daily use

  

Hiking

  

Travel

Low
Black
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Columbia

Men’s Raincoat


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Our Rating

9.5 / 10

12/2020

Pro's & Con's

Two zip hand pockets and one interior hook-and-loop pocket
Adjustable draw cord hem with mesh lining
Can be packed in a pocket size
Does not have a rain pant

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Nylon

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Light to medium

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Regular

Length

Short

Sleeves

Full

Hood Design

Drawcord

Zipper

Hand Cuffs

Usage

Trekking

  

Safari

  

Camping

  

Travelling

  

Lifestyle

Wind Resistance

High

Pockets

Colour/s Available

Black & Grey + 27 other shades

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Buyer’s Guide - Raincoats (Men) in India

Your guardian against the rainy wrath!

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Features: Most important purchase criteria for raincoats (men)

Few quick essentials to ensure you stay dry throughout!

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Use Cases: The best raincoat (men) for you

Select the one that is designed for you!

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FAQs: Learn more about the details

Everything You Need To Know!

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Our Picks: How we picked the best raincoats (men)

Hand-picked from raining choices!

1. Features: Most important purchase criteria for raincoats (men)

1.1 Material

Extra-heavy rains and downpour bothering you while commuting for work? Great rainwear is your best shot to keep dry in this weather. For the same reason, raincoats are made up of water-resistant material. When packed with the right combination of water-resistant materials, the rainwear can hold the water to a certain extent. Midst all this, please note that the water will eventually seep in after the raincoat is used for a particular period.

To stop the water seepage, the outer shells of the raincoats consist of different types of membrane coatings which serve the purpose.

A thing about coats like eVent, Hyvent, GORE-TEX or Tyvek is that the raincoats are waterproof but also less breathable at the same time. In general, a raincoat is never made of a single specific material. A good raincoat is always a mixture of two or more materials to bring you the best of both worlds as all materials have their respective advantages.

Water-resistant materials: 

Nylon: 

  • Nylon is the most widely used material for raincoats because of its excellent water-logging capacity. It makes the water hard to seep in due to its tight weave.

Vinyl: 

  • Used for making beach bags and cosmetic bags, vinyl is an excellent waterproof material—however, it’s not known for its breathability.

Rubber: 

  • Highly waterproof material but the majority of it is not known for being skin-friendly.

Cotton & Wool:

  • As we all know, the water absorption capacity of cotton and wool is very high, which is not suitable for a raincoat. This material is not used much. In case they are used, they will require something extra to make them water-resistant.

Waterproofing: Waterproofing is the most critical process in the manufacturing of raincoat as the name suggests. There are rollers through which fabric is passed, post which it is dumped in a waterproofing mixture stored in a tank. To appropriately soak in the waterproofing mix, the material is allowed to sit in the tank for a certain period. After the soaking process is done successfully, the fabric is heated to enable even distribution. Before it is shipped to the manufacturer for making the final product, the fabric goes through the rollers for one last time.

This is an entirely automated process.

Extra-heavy rains and downpour bothering you while commuting for work? Great rainwear is your best shot to keep dry in this weather. For the same reason, raincoats are made up of water-resistant material. When packed with the right combination of water-resistant materials, the rainwear can hold the water to a certain extent. Midst all this, please note that the water will eventually seep in after the raincoat is used for a particular period.

To stop the water seepage, the outer shells of the raincoats consist of different types of membrane coatings which serve the purpose.

A thing about coats like eVent, Hyvent, GORE-TEX or Tyvek is that the raincoats are waterproof but also less breathable at the same time. In general, a raincoat is never made of a single specific material. A good raincoat is always a mixture of two or more materials to bring you the best of both worlds as all materials have their respective advantages.

Water-resistant materials: 

Nylon: 

  • Nylon is the most widely used material for raincoats because of its excellent water-logging capacity. It makes the water hard to seep in due to its tight weave.

Vinyl: 

  • Used for making beach bags and cosmetic bags, vinyl is an excellent waterproof material—however, it’s not known for its breathability.

Rubber: 

  • Highly waterproof material but the majority of it is not known for being skin-friendly.

Cotton & Wool:

  • As we all know, the water absorption capacity of cotton and wool is very high, which is not suitable for a raincoat. This material is not used much. In case they are used, they will require something extra to make them water-resistant.

Waterproofing: Waterproofing is the most critical process in the manufacturing of raincoat as the name suggests. There are rollers through which fabric is passed, post which it is dumped in a waterproofing mixture stored in a tank. To appropriately soak in the waterproofing mix, the material is allowed to sit in the tank for a certain period. After the soaking process is done successfully, the fabric is heated to enable even distribution. Before it is shipped to the manufacturer for making the final product, the fabric goes through the rollers for one last time.

This is an entirely automated process.

1.2 Breathability

Feeling congested and uncomfortable inside your raincoat is not a great feeling. Talking of the breathability of rainwear, we are taking into consideration the “moisture vapour transfer”. The warm and moist air which is formed inside the rainwear is attracted to the colder air outside. To determine the breathability of a coat, the rate at which the transfer of the vapours is done is considered. The better the quality, the better the fit, the better the experience!

To talk about the new rainwear, the modern designs of these garments are better and more human friendly than the old methods. However, we don’t have a specific universally accepted criterion to measure and prove breathability yet. The best bet to achieve breathability is to buy rainwear with vents. They do not let out the heat but transfers all the extra moisture outside.

Pro Tip: 

If your rainwear requires an extra layer inside to achieve the warmth you need, then it doesn’t have good breathability.

Feeling congested and uncomfortable inside your raincoat is not a great feeling. Talking of the breathability of rainwear, we are taking into consideration the “moisture vapour transfer”. The warm and moist air which is formed inside the rainwear is attracted to the colder air outside. To determine the breathability of a coat, the rate at which the transfer of the vapours is done is considered. The better the quality, the better the fit, the better the experience!

To talk about the new rainwear, the modern designs of these garments are better and more human friendly than the old methods. However, we don’t have a specific universally accepted criterion to measure and prove breathability yet. The best bet to achieve breathability is to buy rainwear with vents. They do not let out the heat but transfers all the extra moisture outside.

Pro Tip: 

If your rainwear requires an extra layer inside to achieve the warmth you need, then it doesn’t have good breathability.

1.3 Layers

Raincoats are something that has to be full-proofed. For this very purpose, the material is sandwiched between additional layers. The most outer layer is for absorption and repels the water, and the inner layer is for the protection of your body.

Rainwear is supposed to serve its purpose to the fullest! Keeping this in mind, various materials are sandwiched between each other. The outermost layer is a coat used that repels the water, and the innermost layer protects your body.

There are 3 types of layer constructions that you will find in rainwear. Let’s have a look.

·        2-Layer: The Quietest

To mould a single piece of material, the membrane layer is pressed inside an outer fabric. For the protection of the membrane layer, a loose hanging liner is infused on the inside. Mostly used in urban areas and travel.

·       2.5-Layer: The Lightest

Starting off the first layer with a lightweight fabric, it is followed by a polyurethane layer which happens to be applied inside the first one. The final layer being a protective layer which is infused on the second layer, it’s usually called ‘half layer ‘since it is just like a sheen or a fine print. However, it lacks breathability but is more affordable.

·       3-Layer: The Most Robust

This consists of no special coatings. The membrane layer of the raincoat is tightly pressed between a liner and the fabric. These are suitable for the heaviest of rainfalls. However, they turn out to be equally expensive.      

Raincoats are something that has to be full-proofed. For this very purpose, the material is sandwiched between additional layers. The most outer layer is for absorption and repels the water, and the inner layer is for the protection of your body.

Rainwear is supposed to serve its purpose to the fullest! Keeping this in mind, various materials are sandwiched between each other. The outermost layer is a coat used that repels the water, and the innermost layer protects your body.

There are 3 types of layer constructions that you will find in rainwear. Let’s have a look.

·        2-Layer: The Quietest

To mould a single piece of material, the membrane layer is pressed inside an outer fabric. For the protection of the membrane layer, a loose hanging liner is infused on the inside. Mostly used in urban areas and travel.

·       2.5-Layer: The Lightest

Starting off the first layer with a lightweight fabric, it is followed by a polyurethane layer which happens to be applied inside the first one. The final layer being a protective layer which is infused on the second layer, it’s usually called ‘half layer ‘since it is just like a sheen or a fine print. However, it lacks breathability but is more affordable.

·       3-Layer: The Most Robust

This consists of no special coatings. The membrane layer of the raincoat is tightly pressed between a liner and the fabric. These are suitable for the heaviest of rainfalls. However, they turn out to be equally expensive.      

1.4 Zippers

Tight and proper zippers are a crucial part of any rainwear. Front opening and pocket zippers being the most important. To stop the water from seeping in, a rubberized coating zipper proves to be a great purchase. However, operating laminated zippers is a struggle. Keeping in mind that zipper coatings eventually wear down.

Tight and proper zippers are a crucial part of any rainwear. Front opening and pocket zippers being the most important. To stop the water from seeping in, a rubberized coating zipper proves to be a great purchase. However, operating laminated zippers is a struggle. Keeping in mind that zipper coatings eventually wear down.

1.5 Design

Design is possibly the most crucial aspect alongside the material. Here are a few design aspects that you should look at:

Vents: Rainwear is supposed to have a design that makes it the right choice for extreme conditions. Hence, an adequate venting system is essential for the rainwear to be comfortable. Rainwear comes with different types of vents like mesh liners or an underarm vent. Buying one that allows the extra moisture to go out is the best decision.

Pockets: As we know, all clothes come with a requirement for pockets. However, its significance is more established in rainwear because there is no other storage option when you are out in heavy rainfall. Rainwear has waterproof zippers which increase the usability of the raincoat along with its price. Some rainwear has side pockets, which aren’t fully waterproof but still serve the purpose in moderate rainfalls.

Hood design: The best fitting is provided by a drawcord hood as it allows to entirely adjust the hood according to your needs and the level of rainfall. It protects your upper body and head area from downpours. There exist other hood fittings like Velcro. However, these aren’t best known for the fit quality and their durability in heavy rainfall and wind.

Design is possibly the most crucial aspect alongside the material. Here are a few design aspects that you should look at:

Vents: Rainwear is supposed to have a design that makes it the right choice for extreme conditions. Hence, an adequate venting system is essential for the rainwear to be comfortable. Rainwear comes with different types of vents like mesh liners or an underarm vent. Buying one that allows the extra moisture to go out is the best decision.

Pockets: As we know, all clothes come with a requirement for pockets. However, its significance is more established in rainwear because there is no other storage option when you are out in heavy rainfall. Rainwear has waterproof zippers which increase the usability of the raincoat along with its price. Some rainwear has side pockets, which aren’t fully waterproof but still serve the purpose in moderate rainfalls.

Hood design: The best fitting is provided by a drawcord hood as it allows to entirely adjust the hood according to your needs and the level of rainfall. It protects your upper body and head area from downpours. There exist other hood fittings like Velcro. However, these aren’t best known for the fit quality and their durability in heavy rainfall and wind.

1.6 Length

Very crucial criteria while making rainwear is its length. Full length is best preferred in heavy downpours as they protect your whole body from head to toe. However, they have one drawback and that is they get cumbersome to carry. Short length rainwears are very easy to carry around but only preserve your upper body from the rain.

Choosing a length entirely depends on your comfort and type of use. E.g. a long length raincoat isn’t the smartest choice for a hiker.

Very crucial criteria while making rainwear is its length. Full length is best preferred in heavy downpours as they protect your whole body from head to toe. However, they have one drawback and that is they get cumbersome to carry. Short length rainwears are very easy to carry around but only preserve your upper body from the rain.

Choosing a length entirely depends on your comfort and type of use. E.g. a long length raincoat isn’t the smartest choice for a hiker.

1.7 Stitching

True rainwear must be fully seam-sealed to resist rain. Thus, you won’t have to put this on a “look-out feature”. But extra information has never harmed right! Well-made rainwear is ALWAYS fully seam-sealed to resist rain. This is not an additional feature for rainwear but a necessity. Take notes!

Pay attention: A full seam-sealed jacket is not essentially a waterproof one. It just makes the wearable more water-resistant.

True rainwear must be fully seam-sealed to resist rain. Thus, you won’t have to put this on a “look-out feature”. But extra information has never harmed right! Well-made rainwear is ALWAYS fully seam-sealed to resist rain. This is not an additional feature for rainwear but a necessity. Take notes!

Pay attention: A full seam-sealed jacket is not essentially a waterproof one. It just makes the wearable more water-resistant.

1.8 Adjustments

There are additional external adjustments that can be done to your rainwear for a better fit. A lot of rainwears come with a waist closure which allows you to adjust it at the waist according to your need. This gives a better fitting and prevents the water from seeping in. Raincoats are also provided with velcro straps or buttons on the mouth of the sleeves to keep out the water. These can be loosened to adjust the ventilation as well.

There are additional external adjustments that can be done to your rainwear for a better fit. A lot of rainwears come with a waist closure which allows you to adjust it at the waist according to your need. This gives a better fitting and prevents the water from seeping in. Raincoats are also provided with velcro straps or buttons on the mouth of the sleeves to keep out the water. These can be loosened to adjust the ventilation as well.

1.9 Easy to Carry

Non-bulky fabric makes it easier to take the raincoat around. Some jackets come with a “carry pouch” which you can use to put in your raincoat when not in use. The length and fabric of the rainwear are deciding factors on how easily you can take it around. A lot of raincoats come with a ‘carry pouch’. You can fold up your raincoat and store it in this pouch when not in use.

Non-bulky fabric makes it easier to take the raincoat around. Some jackets come with a “carry pouch” which you can use to put in your raincoat when not in use. The length and fabric of the rainwear are deciding factors on how easily you can take it around. A lot of raincoats come with a ‘carry pouch’. You can fold up your raincoat and store it in this pouch when not in use.

2. Use Cases: The best raincoat (men) for you

Know that selecting the right rainwear for you entirely depends upon how and where you plan to use it. Unlike women’s fashion, men don’t have much choice!

Know that selecting the right rainwear for you entirely depends upon how and where you plan to use it. Unlike women’s fashion, men don’t have much choice!

2.1 Which raincoat is best for hikers and bikers?

Full-length raincoats are a great choice in heavy rainfall, but not always while hiking or biking. The long length rainwear pants have a risk to get caught in the tires while driving as they have loose-fitting. Short rain jackets for hiking or biking are the best choice.

Full-length raincoats are a great choice in heavy rainfall, but not always while hiking or biking. The long length rainwear pants have a risk to get caught in the tires while driving as they have loose-fitting. Short rain jackets for hiking or biking are the best choice.

2.2 Which raincoat is best for daily usage?

As a lot of people use raincoats for daily usage, particular raincoats are designed especially for this purpose. A rain suit which comes with a rain jacket and rain pant serves the purpose correctly for daily travellers and commuters.

As a lot of people use raincoats for daily usage, particular raincoats are designed especially for this purpose. A rain suit which comes with a rain jacket and rain pant serves the purpose correctly for daily travellers and commuters.

3. FAQs: Learn more about the details

3.1 Which raincoats are the best for daily use?

For someone who stays in the city and does daily travel and commuting, a rain suit consisting of a rain jacket and pant is the best fit.

For someone who stays in the city and does daily travel and commuting, a rain suit consisting of a rain jacket and pant is the best fit.

3.2 What material are raincoats made up of?

Materials like nylon, polyester and other cotton blends are used to make raincoats as these are water-resistant materials.

Materials like nylon, polyester and other cotton blends are used to make raincoats as these are water-resistant materials.

3.3 Which is the best raincoat for men in India?

Read our product reviews to choose the one that fits you well!

Read our product reviews to choose the one that fits you well!

3.4 Are raincoats windproof?

Yes, raincoats can even keep you warm if they have an extra lining inside and they act well as wind barriers as well.

Yes, raincoats can even keep you warm if they have an extra lining inside and they act well as wind barriers as well.

3.5 How are raincoats supposed to fit?

Exactly like your clothes. No compromises on the fitting. They should be adequately tight and lose to make you feel comfortable. You can check the size by aligning the shoulder lines with yours.

Exactly like your clothes. No compromises on the fitting. They should be adequately tight and lose to make you feel comfortable. You can check the size by aligning the shoulder lines with yours.

3.6 Can raincoats go in the dryer?

If the washing instructions state that you can machine wash the raincoat, then yes it can go in a dryer! You can know this by checking the washing instructions on the raincoat.

If the washing instructions state that you can machine wash the raincoat, then yes it can go in a dryer! You can know this by checking the washing instructions on the raincoat.

3.7 Are raincoats washable?

Yes! If you require specific washing instructions like hand wash or machine wash, looking into the raincoat washing instructions is the best decision as some raincoats may have some lining that can come off in the washing machine.

Yes! If you require specific washing instructions like hand wash or machine wash, looking into the raincoat washing instructions is the best decision as some raincoats may have some lining that can come off in the washing machine.

4. How-To: Usage hints and care instructions for raincoats (men)

4.1 How to store a raincoat?

Storing rainwear is not rocket science! We have got for you some expert guidelines that will get you through it.

  • Make sure the rainwear is completely dry before you fold it up or store it.

  • If it has a carry pouch, kindly use it.

  • Once the rainwear is completely dry, talcum powder can be sprinkled on it to avoid it from getting sticky.

  • Drying the raincoat before folding is extremely important as it would leave a lousy stench if not dried right.

  • While putting it in the dryer, use the softest possible settings.

  • Avoid using hot water for washing raincoats; it may lower the material quality and loosen it.

Storing rainwear is not rocket science! We have got for you some expert guidelines that will get you through it.

  • Make sure the rainwear is completely dry before you fold it up or store it.

  • If it has a carry pouch, kindly use it.

  • Once the rainwear is completely dry, talcum powder can be sprinkled on it to avoid it from getting sticky.

  • Drying the raincoat before folding is extremely important as it would leave a lousy stench if not dried right.

  • While putting it in the dryer, use the softest possible settings.

  • Avoid using hot water for washing raincoats; it may lower the material quality and loosen it.

5. Did you know: Interesting facts, figures, and things to know about raincoats (men)

5.1 Charles Macintosh patented the very famed Macintosh raincoats in 1823.

5.2 You might have few leaks here and there, raincoats are not always 100% effective.

5.3 Using an umbrella over a raincoat might be useful in severe storms.

5.4 Raincoats are more effective windbreakers than water repellants.

5.5 Amazonian Indians were the first ones to try to make waterproof clothing.

5.6 Most preferred colour for raincoats in YELLOW!

5.1 Charles Macintosh patented the very famed Macintosh raincoats in 1823.

5.2 You might have few leaks here and there, raincoats are not always 100% effective.

5.3 Using an umbrella over a raincoat might be useful in severe storms.

5.4 Raincoats are more effective windbreakers than water repellants.

5.5 Amazonian Indians were the first ones to try to make waterproof clothing.

5.6 Most preferred colour for raincoats in YELLOW!

6. Our Picks: How we picked the best raincoats (men)

The right rainwear can be a lifechanging choice you make in moments of peril. This is why making the perfect choice is quite essential. To make that path easy for you, here are our product reviews at a glance!

The right rainwear can be a lifechanging choice you make in moments of peril. This is why making the perfect choice is quite essential. To make that path easy for you, here are our product reviews at a glance!

6.1 Columbia Men's Rainwear 1442361: The winner!

Why?

  • 100% nylon fabric makes it an excellent water-resistant coat.

  • The overall look is super stylish. It’s ideal to wear for staying dry yet looking stylish!

  • With high wind-resistance, you can easily use it as a winter jacket as well.

  • There are various sizes and shades available to choose from. A guiding size chart is also given to you.

  • It is extremely portable as it folds into minimal size and can be carried around easily.

  • Cost-wise, it is on the higher end.

Why?

  • 100% nylon fabric makes it an excellent water-resistant coat.

  • The overall look is super stylish. It’s ideal to wear for staying dry yet looking stylish!

  • With high wind-resistance, you can easily use it as a winter jacket as well.

  • There are various sizes and shades available to choose from. A guiding size chart is also given to you.

  • It is extremely portable as it folds into minimal size and can be carried around easily.

  • Cost-wise, it is on the higher end.

6.2 Columbia Men's Rainwear1533891: Second contender!

Why?

  • Made of 100% nylon, this too carries the signature Columbia class.

  • The Omni-tech shield makes it water-resistant as well as very breathable. Utter comfort is what we will spell this one out as!

  • The jacket is complete with its classic cool and can be used as winter wear because of high wind-resistance!

  • The hood had a velcro strap which may not always give the best fitting!

Why?

  • Made of 100% nylon, this too carries the signature Columbia class.

  • The Omni-tech shield makes it water-resistant as well as very breathable. Utter comfort is what we will spell this one out as!

  • The jacket is complete with its classic cool and can be used as winter wear because of high wind-resistance!

  • The hood had a velcro strap which may not always give the best fitting!

6.3 Versalis Men Raincoat: Third contender

Why?

  • This is a full rain suit, complete with a jacket and a pant.

  • It is made up of polyester and PVC lining. This makes it more durable to use.

  • It has a unique inner lining over every stitch that makes the raincoat more water-resistant.

  • It has a pouch in which you can carry the raincoat when not in use.

  • It is ideal to use in medium to heavy rainfall.

Why?

  • This is a full rain suit, complete with a jacket and a pant.

  • It is made up of polyester and PVC lining. This makes it more durable to use.

  • It has a unique inner lining over every stitch that makes the raincoat more water-resistant.

  • It has a pouch in which you can carry the raincoat when not in use.

  • It is ideal to use in medium to heavy rainfall.

6.4 Alexa India Unisex Rainwear: The best value choice!

Why?

  • This is a unisex raincoat!

  • It is designed ideally for people who love to ride their bikes to places!

  • It is made of polyester making it ideal for rainwear.

  • The zipper has a flap-closure which reinforces its water.

  • It looks stylish, as well.

Why?

  • This is a unisex raincoat!

  • It is designed ideally for people who love to ride their bikes to places!

  • It is made of polyester making it ideal for rainwear.

  • The zipper has a flap-closure which reinforces its water.

  • It looks stylish, as well.

6.5 The Clownfish Sky One: Fifth in the line!

Why?

  • This is also a full rain suit maximizing rain protection.

  • Made of high-quality polyester, it is ideal for a heavy shower.

  • It has an overlap for the zipper adding to its water-resistant capacities.

  • It is an excellent choice for daily commute and usage!

Why?

  • This is also a full rain suit maximizing rain protection.

  • Made of high-quality polyester, it is ideal for a heavy shower.

  • It has an overlap for the zipper adding to its water-resistant capacities.

  • It is an excellent choice for daily commute and usage!

6.6 Xianco Men's Raincoat: Number 6!

Why?

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