I bought my Adrina nylon mac from there, one of my most prized items.I could write a book about this pakamac alone-another "waterproof love story" yet to come. And, yes, Gareth, I have retained all my items, which currently number 950 .Wore it for most of the day on Sunday in Ambleside and Coniston and also a lot of the time on a Hebridean island, followed by a wet day in West Wales.Now looking forward to a couple of days in Blackpool to top it off. Wherever you are going in the lake district and then Scotland I am sure you will have a nice time.I must be honest, I only wear my plastic mac when it's raining and just carry it if the rain stops.
Some were made by Kendal themslves, whilst the rest were manufactured by Pakamac, albeit when fashioned in Taiwan.Like most women, I suppose she feels comfortable wearing what other women are also wearing, not wanting to be classed as "odd". Hello G, I certainly consider myself extremely lucky that my wife tolerated macs for about 15 years or more, As you say, I did get accused of liking macs more than her.I accept that women are unable to understand how strong the attraction to macs can be.Jeff Having bought six nylon macs, one PVC Mack and eight plastic macs this year, an onlooker may well describe this period of time as period of almost a resurgence! OK, no lovely plastic aroma but the weight, sound, feel and look is fabulous. I think you are right you might have a lot of rain especially on sunday but it sounds like you are prepared for it and so hopefully you can sill have a nice time even if it rains all the time!OK, it's not the hay-day Pakamac years but with Amazon, e Bay and the pvc-u-like offerings plus the Rainmac sale, I'm certainly celebrating. And if you like gardens there are some really lovely ones in Scotland.