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Raincoats (Women)

Best Raincoats For Women in India - Reviews and Comparison 2021

We picked the raincoats for women in 2021 for your budget and use cases.

Living in a tropical country, we aren’t new to the rains battering us down during the monsoon! Just as much as we love the showers, we indeed do not like getting drenched in them often! The rainwear market in India is a huge one given our geography! The monsoon in India typically lasts from June to September, and these are the months when purchasing a raincoat becomes an everyday thing.

So here is our list of the best 7 raincoats in the market for women that will keep you safe and dry as you brave the weather out!

Raincoats (Men)

UPDATED

12/8/2021

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Material

Rain Resistance

Washing Care

Pro's & Con's

Shell Design

Vents

Length

Sleeves

Waist Cord

Hood Design

Zipper

Wind Breaking Capacity

Pockets

Colour(s)

10-days Replacement Policy

Women’s Raincoat

Columbia

Women’s Raincoat

1502331

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Our Rating

9.5 / 10

12/2020

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Nylon

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Moderate to heavy

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Omni shield can resist all liquids up to 170° F
Fast dry
Back vents prevent overheating
Not a full length raincoat
Omni
Short
Full
Drawcord hood
High

Jewel

  

Sparrow

  

Yellow Ray

  

Black

Columbia

Women’s Raincoat

1839841

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Our Rating

9.4 / 10

12/2020

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Moderate to medium

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Omni shield can resist all liquids up to 170° F
Fast dry
Available in a lot of colours
Not a full length raincoat
Omni
Short
Full
Drawcord hood
High
18 shades available

Columbia

Women’s Arcadia li

1534111

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Our Rating

9.3 / 10

12/2020

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Nylon

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Moderate to heavy

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Has pockets with zipper enclosure
Adjustable cord hem
Available in a lot of colours
Not a full length raincoat
Hood has no draw cord for better fitting
Arcadia ii
Short
Full
Velcro
High
31 shades available

The Dry Cape

Let it rain

XL-46

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Our Rating

9.2 / 10

12/2020

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Polyester

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Light to medium

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Full length raincoat
Fully sealed seam design
Not ideal for heavy downpour
JD-TECH
Long
Full
Drawcord hood
Medium
Maroon

FabSeasons

Full Raincoat

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Our Rating

9.1 / 10

12/2020

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Polyester

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Light to medium

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Hand wash

Fully sealed seam design
Full length raincoat
Has side pockets
Not ideal for heavy downpour
Not mentioned
Long
Full
Drawcord hood
Full

Maroon

  

Pink

  

Purple

  

Blue

Prince

Hooded Overcoat

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9.0 / 10

12/2020

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Polyester

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Light to medium

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Hand wash

Fully sealed seam design
Full length raincoat
Has side pockets
Not ideal for heavy downpour
Not mentioned
Short
Full
Drawcord hood
Medium
Wine

Divine

Full Raincoat

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Our Rating

8.9 / 10

12/2020

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Nylon

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Light to medium

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Fully sealed seam design
Full length raincoat
Has side pockets
Not ideal for heavy downpour
Nylon lining
Long
Full
Drawcord hood
Low
Black

Columbia

Women’s Raincoat


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9.5 / 10

12/2020

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Omni shield can resist all liquids up to 170° F
Fast dry
Back vents prevent overheating
Not a full length raincoat

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Rain Resistance

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Short

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Drawcord hood

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Wind Breaking Capacity

High

Pockets

Colour(s)

Jewel

  

Sparrow

  

Yellow Ray

  

Black

10-days Replacement Policy

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Buyer’s Guide - Raincoats For Women in India

Brave the rains!

1

Features: Most important purchase criteria for raincoats (women)

Few quick essentials to ensure you stay dry throughout!

2

Use Cases: The best raincoat (women) for you

Select the one that is designed for you!

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FAQs: Learn more about the details

Get your doubts solved here!

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

1.1 Material

The primary purpose of wearing a raincoat is to save ourselves from getting drenched to the bone in a downpour. Thus, essentially raincoats are made of materials that are water-resistant or waterproof.

When we say that the material is water-resistant, it means that it is coated with a finish that can hold off water up to a specific limit. But these are not ideal for heavy rainfall, and sooner or later, the water will make its way inside.

Waterproof materials mean there is no seepage! These materials have a membrane coating of GORE-TEX. eVent, Hyvent or Tyvek. But one downside of a waterproof raincoat is that it is hardly breathable. We will see what that means below.

Mostly, you won’t find a raincoat made of a single material. The material will be a blend of two fabrics to ensure that good points from both will make your choice more sturdy!

Water-resistant materials: 

  • Nylon: This is one favourite material to make raincoats. The reason being its natural waterlogging capacity. It has a tight weave that makes it hard for the water to seep in.

  • Vinyl: It is usually waterproof material and is used in making cosmetic bags or beach bags. But it isn't breathable.

  • Rubber: Rubber raincoats are waterproof too. But not many are skin-friendly.

  • Cotton & Wool: These fabrics are the least common ones in raincoats because they have high water absorption capacity. If they are used at all, that raincoat will need a lot of treatment to make them water-resistant.

Waterproofing: Waterproofing material is quite nearly a process that is done on it while the raincoat is getting manufactured. Fabrics are passed through a series of rollers and then dumped in a tank which contains the appropriate waterproofing mix. The fabric then sits in this tank until the mixture isn't soaked up in it. Once out of the tank, the materials are heated to given an even distribution. Then the fabric is again passed to rollers before shipped to the manufacturer for making a raincoat!

This process is entirely automated!

The primary purpose of wearing a raincoat is to save ourselves from getting drenched to the bone in a downpour. Thus, essentially raincoats are made of materials that are water-resistant or waterproof.

When we say that the material is water-resistant, it means that it is coated with a finish that can hold off water up to a specific limit. But these are not ideal for heavy rainfall, and sooner or later, the water will make its way inside.

Waterproof materials mean there is no seepage! These materials have a membrane coating of GORE-TEX. eVent, Hyvent or Tyvek. But one downside of a waterproof raincoat is that it is hardly breathable. We will see what that means below.

Mostly, you won’t find a raincoat made of a single material. The material will be a blend of two fabrics to ensure that good points from both will make your choice more sturdy!

Water-resistant materials: 

  • Nylon: This is one favourite material to make raincoats. The reason being its natural waterlogging capacity. It has a tight weave that makes it hard for the water to seep in.

  • Vinyl: It is usually waterproof material and is used in making cosmetic bags or beach bags. But it isn't breathable.

  • Rubber: Rubber raincoats are waterproof too. But not many are skin-friendly.

  • Cotton & Wool: These fabrics are the least common ones in raincoats because they have high water absorption capacity. If they are used at all, that raincoat will need a lot of treatment to make them water-resistant.

Waterproofing: Waterproofing material is quite nearly a process that is done on it while the raincoat is getting manufactured. Fabrics are passed through a series of rollers and then dumped in a tank which contains the appropriate waterproofing mix. The fabric then sits in this tank until the mixture isn't soaked up in it. Once out of the tank, the materials are heated to given an even distribution. Then the fabric is again passed to rollers before shipped to the manufacturer for making a raincoat!

This process is entirely automated!

1.2 Breathability

You surely do not want to feel stuffed in your raincoat! When we say that a raincoat is breathable, it mainly is concerned with a “moisture vapour transfer”. The warmer, moist air that builds up inside the garment is attracted to the colder air outside. The rate at which the vapour transfer takes place in this process determines how breathable the coat is. The more this rate, the better you feel.

The modern designs of jackets make them more human friendly than their ancestors. But unfortunately, there is no universally accepted certificate to prove breathability.

Your best chance at having a great jacket is to choose one with vents. These vents do let out the extra moisture, but not the heat.

Pro Tip: If the jacket requires an additional layer on the inside for maintaining the warmth, it doesn't have good breathability. It has excess breathability than required.

You surely do not want to feel stuffed in your raincoat! When we say that a raincoat is breathable, it mainly is concerned with a “moisture vapour transfer”. The warmer, moist air that builds up inside the garment is attracted to the colder air outside. The rate at which the vapour transfer takes place in this process determines how breathable the coat is. The more this rate, the better you feel.

The modern designs of jackets make them more human friendly than their ancestors. But unfortunately, there is no universally accepted certificate to prove breathability.

Your best chance at having a great jacket is to choose one with vents. These vents do let out the extra moisture, but not the heat.

Pro Tip: If the jacket requires an additional layer on the inside for maintaining the warmth, it doesn't have good breathability. It has excess breathability than required.

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.

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

  •  2-Layer: The Quietest: The membrane layer is pressed inside an outer fabric to mould a single piece of material. Later a loose hanging liner is infused on the inside to protect this membrane. 2-layer is a favourite choice in urban areas and travel.

  • 2.5-Layer: The Lightest: The first layer in this format is a lightweight outer fabric, second is a polyurethane layer applied inside the first one. The final layer is a sort of protective covering that is infused on the second one. This last cover is called “half layer” since this is more like a sheen or fine print. The 2.5 layer design, however, lacks breathability but is more affordable.

  • 3-Layer: The Most Robust: There are no special coatings here. The membrane is tightly pressed between a fabric and a liner. These are the most durable and intended to be used in the harshest of the backdrops. But they also demand an equally brutal action on the pockets!

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.

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

  •  2-Layer: The Quietest: The membrane layer is pressed inside an outer fabric to mould a single piece of material. Later a loose hanging liner is infused on the inside to protect this membrane. 2-layer is a favourite choice in urban areas and travel.

  • 2.5-Layer: The Lightest: The first layer in this format is a lightweight outer fabric, second is a polyurethane layer applied inside the first one. The final layer is a sort of protective covering that is infused on the second one. This last cover is called “half layer” since this is more like a sheen or fine print. The 2.5 layer design, however, lacks breathability but is more affordable.

  • 3-Layer: The Most Robust: There are no special coatings here. The membrane is tightly pressed between a fabric and a liner. These are the most durable and intended to be used in the harshest of the backdrops. But they also demand an equally brutal action on the pockets!

1.4 Zippers

An essential aspect of raincoats is tight zippers. Front opening to pocket zippers, rainwear is enforced with tons of them. This adds to the protection offered by the jackets in the rain. Purchasing a rubberized coating zipper will be the best option to stop the water from seeping in. If you buy laminated zippers, you can find your self struggling to operate them. But also bear in mind that, zipper coatings will eventually wear down.

An essential aspect of raincoats is tight zippers. Front opening to pocket zippers, rainwear is enforced with tons of them. This adds to the protection offered by the jackets in the rain. Purchasing a rubberized coating zipper will be the best option to stop the water from seeping in. If you buy laminated zippers, you can find your self struggling to operate them. But also bear in mind that, zipper coatings will eventually wear down.

1.5 Design

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

Vents: Rainwear is designed to sustain strenuous activities, which is why they require venting systems that will allow them to be non-stuffy. Some raincoats are intended for sporting an underarm vent while some have mesh liners. We would recommend that you purchase the one that allows you room to let the excess moisture out.

Pockets: Pockets are an essential requirement for any type of clothes. But it holds critical importance in rainwear when we don’t have any other storage option in the downpour. Waterproof zippers enhance the usage of the jacket, but also increase their cost. Other raincoats will usually have side pockets making them easy to reach. Although these aren't entirely waterproof, they provide a decent cover in medium rainfall.

Hood design: A drawcord hood is the best fitting one. It will allow you to adjust the hood according to your preference. Drawcord hoods give the best protection against rainwater entering your head area. Other fittings include a velcro fit, but it isn't the best. It will fit loosely on your head and might blow off with a strong gust of wind.

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

Vents: Rainwear is designed to sustain strenuous activities, which is why they require venting systems that will allow them to be non-stuffy. Some raincoats are intended for sporting an underarm vent while some have mesh liners. We would recommend that you purchase the one that allows you room to let the excess moisture out.

Pockets: Pockets are an essential requirement for any type of clothes. But it holds critical importance in rainwear when we don’t have any other storage option in the downpour. Waterproof zippers enhance the usage of the jacket, but also increase their cost. Other raincoats will usually have side pockets making them easy to reach. Although these aren't entirely waterproof, they provide a decent cover in medium rainfall.

Hood design: A drawcord hood is the best fitting one. It will allow you to adjust the hood according to your preference. Drawcord hoods give the best protection against rainwater entering your head area. Other fittings include a velcro fit, but it isn't the best. It will fit loosely on your head and might blow off with a strong gust of wind.

1.6 Length

The length is also an element of critical consideration. Rainwear fits over a layer of regular clothing, so you will need to pay attention to its fit. 

Fuller length raincoats are mostly preferred to get maximum protection from rain, but one drawback of this is that they are too heavy to carry around. A shorter length jacket is easier to manage but only gives protection to the upper body. 

Choosing a length entirely depends on your comfort. How you use the rainwear will typically decide how you choose the size. For example, if you are a hiker, a long length raincoat won’t be easy to carry around. Then you must select a shorter length jacket.

The length is also an element of critical consideration. Rainwear fits over a layer of regular clothing, so you will need to pay attention to its fit. 

Fuller length raincoats are mostly preferred to get maximum protection from rain, but one drawback of this is that they are too heavy to carry around. A shorter length jacket is easier to manage but only gives protection to the upper body. 

Choosing a length entirely depends on your comfort. How you use the rainwear will typically decide how you choose the size. For example, if you are a hiker, a long length raincoat won’t be easy to carry around. Then you must select a shorter length jacket.

1.7 Stitching

True rainwear must be fully seam-sealed to resist rain. All raincoats are essentially seam-sealed. Thus you won’t really have to put this on a “look-out feature”. But extra information has never harmed right! 

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

True rainwear must be fully seam-sealed to resist rain. All raincoats are essentially seam-sealed. Thus you won’t really have to put this on a “look-out feature”. But extra information has never harmed right! 

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

1.8 Adjustments

There are other instances where you can have an additional adjustment for your rainwear. Many raincoats are reinforced with waist closures that can be adjusted according to the need. This will give you a perfect fitting and restrain water seepage. Some raincoats also sport a velcro strap or a button at the end of the sleeve so you can close it up to stop the water from entering. You can even loosen these adjustments to increase the ventilation in the jacket.

There are other instances where you can have an additional adjustment for your rainwear. Many raincoats are reinforced with waist closures that can be adjusted according to the need. This will give you a perfect fitting and restrain water seepage. Some raincoats also sport a velcro strap or a button at the end of the sleeve so you can close it up to stop the water from entering. You can even loosen these adjustments to increase the ventilation in the jacket.

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 also store when not in use. The length and fabric of the rainwear are deciding factors on how easily you can take it around.

Non-bulky fabric makes it easier to take the raincoat around. Some jackets come with a “carry pouch” which you can also store when not in use. The length and fabric of the rainwear are deciding factors on how easily you can take it around.

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

2.1 Which is the best raincoat for the semitropical climate?

Even if you have heard rounds of ponchos being cheap, they are the best choice in rainwear. Easy to pack, they are great for semitropical wear as they are airy. Ponchos include covered pockets and taped seams. They reach up knee-length and maintain a decent rain resistance.

Even if you have heard rounds of ponchos being cheap, they are the best choice in rainwear. Easy to pack, they are great for semitropical wear as they are airy. Ponchos include covered pockets and taped seams. They reach up knee-length and maintain a decent rain resistance.

2.2 Which is the best raincoat style if I am looking for something sporty?

Anorak is essentially pullover jackets that are characterized by front opening zips and drawcords at the waist. These are very sporty and more practical than other traditional rainwear. These are your go-to styles if you are looking for something to keep you warm, help you be active, and at the same time look fashionable!

Anorak is essentially pullover jackets that are characterized by front opening zips and drawcords at the waist. These are very sporty and more practical than other traditional rainwear. These are your go-to styles if you are looking for something to keep you warm, help you be active, and at the same time look fashionable!

2.3 Which is the best raincoat style for wearing at the time of rain as well as snow?

Parka is a winter coat that has a waterproof finish and warm synthetic fibre insulation. If you use these as rainwear, we hate to admit, but they will get heavy. These are more preferred in colder climates with a mix of rain or snow. But wearing them in a downpour, may not be such a great choice!

Parka is a winter coat that has a waterproof finish and warm synthetic fibre insulation. If you use these as rainwear, we hate to admit, but they will get heavy. These are more preferred in colder climates with a mix of rain or snow. But wearing them in a downpour, may not be such a great choice!

2.4 Which type of raincoat complements most of the outfit?

A trench coat is the dressiest option for a raingear. This can be worn with any outfit! It is a traditional design made of gabardine fabric or a cotton-poly blend. But one drawback is that they usually do not come with hoods. So you will have to buy a separate rain hat with this one.

A trench coat is the dressiest option for a raingear. This can be worn with any outfit! It is a traditional design made of gabardine fabric or a cotton-poly blend. But one drawback is that they usually do not come with hoods. So you will have to buy a separate rain hat with this one.

3. FAQs: Learn more about the details

3.1 Are raincoats made of polyester?

Yes, raincoats are made of polyester. But you will not find a raincoat made of entirely a single fabric. You will find a polyester blend much easier than finding 100% polyester rainwear.

Yes, raincoats are made of polyester. But you will not find a raincoat made of entirely a single fabric. You will find a polyester blend much easier than finding 100% polyester rainwear.

3.2 Are raincoats made of rubber?

Yes, rubber is used to make raincoats, but it isn’t used widely. The reason for this is because the rubber is not a skin-friendly material. It is prone to cause rashes if a wet rubber sticks to the skin for too long!

Yes, rubber is used to make raincoats, but it isn’t used widely. The reason for this is because the rubber is not a skin-friendly material. It is prone to cause rashes if a wet rubber sticks to the skin for too long!

3.3 Are raincoats windproof?

Yes, indeed! They do act as a barrier against the winds just like any extra clothes that you may wear!

Yes, indeed! They do act as a barrier against the winds just like any extra clothes that you may wear!

3.4 Are raincoats washable?

Yes, all raincoats can be washed. But if you are looking for specific washing instruction like a machine wash, you will have to look for this specifically. Not all raincoats can be machine washed since some may have a special inner lining that can come off in the washing machine.

Yes, all raincoats can be washed. But if you are looking for specific washing instruction like a machine wash, you will have to look for this specifically. Not all raincoats can be machine washed since some may have a special inner lining that can come off in the washing machine.

3.5 Can raincoats be tailored?

Yes, but it depends on the purpose of tailoring it. If you wish to cut it up and use it as a plastic cover once the rainwear gets old, it is a piece of cake.

Yes, but it depends on the purpose of tailoring it. If you wish to cut it up and use it as a plastic cover once the rainwear gets old, it is a piece of cake.

3.6 How are raincoats supposed to fit?

Like all our clothes! They should not be too tight to make you feel like you have stuffed yourself in them. And they should not be so loose that you can float around inside! The best way to check the size is by aligning the shoulder seams of the raincoats with your shoulder lines. If that length is perfect, the raincoat is of your size!

Like all our clothes! They should not be too tight to make you feel like you have stuffed yourself in them. And they should not be so loose that you can float around inside! The best way to check the size is by aligning the shoulder seams of the raincoats with your shoulder lines. If that length is perfect, the raincoat is of your size!

3.7 What are raincoats made of?

Raincoats are made of water-resistant materials like nylon or polyester. They also have inner linings to add and an extra layer of protection from the water.

Raincoats are made of water-resistant materials like nylon or polyester. They also have inner linings to add and an extra layer of protection from the water.

3.8 Which raincoats are the best for women in India?

Check out our product reviews to choose the better amongst the best!

Check out our product reviews to choose the better amongst the best!

3.9 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!

If the washing instructions state that you can machine wash the raincoat, then yes it can go in a dryer!

3.10 When were raincoats first invented?

Raincoats were first invented in 1824!

Raincoats were first invented in 1824!

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

4.1 How to store a raincoat?

Storing rainwear is quite an easy job! We have got for you some expert guidelines that will get you through it.

  • Dry your rainwear well before you fold it up for storage.

  • If your raincoat comes with a storage pouch, make sure to keep it in the pouch.

  • Once the rainwear dries off completely, sprinkling some talcum powder might help to keep it from getting sticky.

  • Before you fold up the coat, make sure that the water is completely gone. If any moisture remains, you might get that awful stench in!

  • If you are putting it in the drier, you might as well use the softest possible settings.

  • Do not use hot water to clean the rainwear as it may lower the material’s quality. It can result in the coat shrinking or seams getting loose.

Storing rainwear is quite an easy job! We have got for you some expert guidelines that will get you through it.

  • Dry your rainwear well before you fold it up for storage.

  • If your raincoat comes with a storage pouch, make sure to keep it in the pouch.

  • Once the rainwear dries off completely, sprinkling some talcum powder might help to keep it from getting sticky.

  • Before you fold up the coat, make sure that the water is completely gone. If any moisture remains, you might get that awful stench in!

  • If you are putting it in the drier, you might as well use the softest possible settings.

  • Do not use hot water to clean the rainwear as it may lower the material’s quality. It can result in the coat shrinking or seams getting loose.

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

5.1The very famed macintosh raincoats were patented in 1823, by Charles Macintosh.

5.2Raincoats are not 100% effective! You will always have a few leaks here and there!

5.3In the case of severe storms, raincoats will be more effective if you wear them under an umbrella.

5.4Raincoats are more effective windbreakers than water repellants.

5.5The very first people who tried to make waterproof clothing were the Amazonian Indians!

5.6Yellow is the most preferred colour for raincoats!

5.1The very famed macintosh raincoats were patented in 1823, by Charles Macintosh.

5.2Raincoats are not 100% effective! You will always have a few leaks here and there!

5.3In the case of severe storms, raincoats will be more effective if you wear them under an umbrella.

5.4Raincoats are more effective windbreakers than water repellants.

5.5The very first people who tried to make waterproof clothing were the Amazonian Indians!

5.6Yellow is the most preferred colour for raincoats!

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

As the monsoons are the most celebrated season in India, we have conjured up a list of rainwear that will compliment it! Have a look at our top 7 product reviews to choose the better out of the best!

As the monsoons are the most celebrated season in India, we have conjured up a list of rainwear that will compliment it! Have a look at our top 7 product reviews to choose the better out of the best!

6.1 Columbia Women's Raincoat (RL2148_Jewel_S) The FavoRIGHT Fit

  • Why?

  1. The material used for making this raincoat is nylon which gives the raincoat a very smooth finishing offering great comfort.

  2. Fast-drying fabric makes it easier to use it on the go.

  3. Comes with a zipper as well as vents to prevent overheating.

  4. An excellent choice for moderate as well as heavy rainfall.

  5. Also comes with a waist cord to adjust the fitting.

  6. Available in four different colours, i.e. Yellow, Sparrow, Yellow Ray, Black.

  • Why?

  1. The material used for making this raincoat is nylon which gives the raincoat a very smooth finishing offering great comfort.

  2. Fast-drying fabric makes it easier to use it on the go.

  3. Comes with a zipper as well as vents to prevent overheating.

  4. An excellent choice for moderate as well as heavy rainfall.

  5. Also comes with a waist cord to adjust the fitting.

  6. Available in four different colours, i.e. Yellow, Sparrow, Yellow Ray, Black.

6.2 Columbia Women's Raincoat : Serves it Purpose!

  • Why?

  1. Fabric designed to Fast Dry, saves you lots and lots of time!

  2. Made up of synthetic material.

  3. Available in eighteen different colours to please the eye.

  4. It is not a full-length raincoat.

  5. Comes with a waist cord to adjust the fitting.

  6. This raincoat has a high wind-breaking capacity.

  7. Very suitable for moderate and heavy rainfall.

  • Why?

  1. Fabric designed to Fast Dry, saves you lots and lots of time!

  2. Made up of synthetic material.

  3. Available in eighteen different colours to please the eye.

  4. It is not a full-length raincoat.

  5. Comes with a waist cord to adjust the fitting.

  6. This raincoat has a high wind-breaking capacity.

  7. Very suitable for moderate and heavy rainfall.

6.3 Columbia Women's Arcadia Ii Jacket; Everybody's Choice!

  • Why?

  1. The material used for making this raincoat is nylon which gives the raincoat a very smooth finishing offering great comfort.

  2. The most amazing thing being it comes with pockets with a zipper enclosure.

  3. One of the pros is that it is available with an adjustable cord hem.

  4. It is available in eighteen different colours to please the eye.

  5. It is extremely lightweight.

  6. Comes with a high wind-breaking capacity and is available in various sizes as well.

  • Why?

  1. The material used for making this raincoat is nylon which gives the raincoat a very smooth finishing offering great comfort.

  2. The most amazing thing being it comes with pockets with a zipper enclosure.

  3. One of the pros is that it is available with an adjustable cord hem.

  4. It is available in eighteen different colours to please the eye.

  5. It is extremely lightweight.

  6. Comes with a high wind-breaking capacity and is available in various sizes as well.

6.4 THE DRY CAPE; LET IT RAIN Maroon xl-46 raincoat; Gets the work done!

  • Why?

  1. The material used for making this raincoat is polyester.

  2. The most amazing thing being it is a complete full-body raincoat.

  3. Should be hand washed only.

  4. It is available in maroon colour.

  5. It is a pretty heavyweight raincoat. Carrying it around, when wet, can be a task.

  6. Only recommended for light or medium rainfall, not suggested for a heavy downpour.

  7. There is no waist chord to adjust the fitting.

  8. Only available in XL, no different sizes available.

  • Why?

  1. The material used for making this raincoat is polyester.

  2. The most amazing thing being it is a complete full-body raincoat.

  3. Should be hand washed only.

  4. It is available in maroon colour.

  5. It is a pretty heavyweight raincoat. Carrying it around, when wet, can be a task.

  6. Only recommended for light or medium rainfall, not suggested for a heavy downpour.

  7. There is no waist chord to adjust the fitting.

  8. Only available in XL, no different sizes available.

6.5 FabSeasons Waterproof Long/Full Raincoat for Women; An Ideal Pick!

  • Why?

  1. The material used for making this full raincoat is polyester.

  2. Should be hand washed only.

  3. Great thing is that this raincoat comes with side pockets.

  4. Also comes with a waist cord to adjust the fitting.

  5. Pretty heavyweight, kind of task to carry around when wet.

  6. They are only recommended for light or medium rainfall, not suggested for a heavy downpour.

  7. The most amazing thing being it is a complete full-body raincoat.

  8. Only available in 2XL, no different sizes available.

  9. Available in four different colours, i.e. Maroon, Pink, Purple and Blue.

  • Why?

  1. The material used for making this full raincoat is polyester.

  2. Should be hand washed only.

  3. Great thing is that this raincoat comes with side pockets.

  4. Also comes with a waist cord to adjust the fitting.

  5. Pretty heavyweight, kind of task to carry around when wet.

  6. They are only recommended for light or medium rainfall, not suggested for a heavy downpour.

  7. The most amazing thing being it is a complete full-body raincoat.

  8. Only available in 2XL, no different sizes available.

  9. Available in four different colours, i.e. Maroon, Pink, Purple and Blue.

6.6 Prince Hooded Perfect Overcoat for Women !

  • Why?

  1. The material used for making this full raincoat is polyester.

  2. Is available in XL as well as 2XL.

  3. It is available in wine colour only.

  4. No vents are available.

  5. It should be hand-washed only.

  6. It is a great thing that this raincoat comes with side pockets.

  7. It also comes with a waist cord to adjust the fitting.

  8. Pretty heavyweight, kind of task to carry around when wet

  9. Only recommended for light or medium rainfall, not suggested for a heavy downpour.

  10. It is a full-body raincoat.

  • Why?

  1. The material used for making this full raincoat is polyester.

  2. Is available in XL as well as 2XL.

  3. It is available in wine colour only.

  4. No vents are available.

  5. It should be hand-washed only.

  6. It is a great thing that this raincoat comes with side pockets.

  7. It also comes with a waist cord to adjust the fitting.

  8. Pretty heavyweight, kind of task to carry around when wet

  9. Only recommended for light or medium rainfall, not suggested for a heavy downpour.

  10. It is a full-body raincoat.

6.7 Divine Full-Length Raincoat for Women!

  • Why?

  1. The material used for making this raincoat is nylon which gives the raincoat a very smooth finishing offering great comfort.

  2. Is available in L as well as XL.

  3. It is available in black colour only.

  4. It is a great thing this raincoat comes with side pockets.

  5. Its wind-breaking capacity is low.

  6. Also comes with a waist cord to adjust the fitting.

  7. Pretty heavyweight, kind of task to carry around when wet.

  8. No vents are available.

  9. It should be hand-washed only.

  10. Only recommended for light or medium rainfall, not suggested for a heavy downpour.

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  • Why?

  1. The material used for making this raincoat is nylon which gives the raincoat a very smooth finishing offering great comfort.

  2. Is available in L as well as XL.

  3. It is available in black colour only.

  4. It is a great thing this raincoat comes with side pockets.

  5. Its wind-breaking capacity is low.

  6. Also comes with a waist cord to adjust the fitting.

  7. Pretty heavyweight, kind of task to carry around when wet.

  8. No vents are available.

  9. It should be hand-washed only.

  10. Only recommended for light or medium rainfall, not suggested for a heavy downpour.

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