MEN’S MOTORCYCLE NEON GREEN RIDING SUIT.
100% WATERPROOF BREATHABLE FABRIC
- Men’s rain gear
- Two-piece 100% waterproof rain suit
- Breathable rip-stop fabric
- Large bands of reflective trim at chest, arms, legs and back
- 360-degrees of reflective
- Extended ankle zippers to quickly clear touring and off-road boots
- Jacket and pants pack into their own respective pockets
- Drop seat
- Adjustable waist
- Boot stirrups
- Sized to fit over riding gear
A raincoat or also known as rain suit. In most fashion market including America, France, Asia etc, raincoat refers to both the top and bottom including trousers. It is a waterproof or water-resistant suit worn to protect the body from rain. The term rain jacket is sometimes used to refer to raincoats that are waist length. A rain jacket may be combined with a pair of rain pants to make a rain clothing; a rain clothing may also be in one piece like a boilersuit.
Modern raincoats are often constructed from waterproof fabrics that are breathable, such as Gore-Tex or Tyvek and coated nylons. These fabrics allow water vapour to pass through, allowing the garment to ‘breathe’ so that the sweat of the wearer can escape. The amount of pouring rain a raincoat can handle is sometimes measured in the unit millimetres, water gauge – Rain Suit
While raincoats have taken many forms over the millennia, using different waterproof materials and techniques, the first modern waterproof raincoat was created following the patent by Scottish chemist Charles Macintosh in 1824 of new tarpaulin fabric, described by him as “India rubber cloth,” and made by sandwiching a core of rubber softened by naphtha between two pieces of fabric. Charles wanted to create a fabric that could protect the wearer from rain without being harmed by the water. Many tailors were reluctant to use his new material and had no interest in it. Charles set up his own company and eventually added vulcanised rubber to the coat.