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S.E.H Kelly Ventile rain mac

August 23, 2012

In perfect timing for the onset of wet and windy weather comes a new rain mac from S.E.H Kelly. Made from the high-performance weatherproof  cotton that is Ventile, it continues with the clean aesthetic the label are renowned for whist providing complete protection from wind and rain.

It’s available in either a dark green or charcoal outer, both of which are body-lined with Melton wool from a mill in West Yorkshire. The wool in question is a charcoal melange, and as such comprises of various shades of dark grey. It also provides extra warmth and is hard-wearing, yet soft on the skin. The jacket’s arms are also lined but with black cotton, which is easier to slide your arms in and out of.

The mac features a five button placket (the buttons being Midlands made real horn) with a pair of large button-through patch pockets on the front which are a very capacious A4 size. Hidden inside both of these pockets is a flatter pocket for smaller items. In addition to this hidden button-through pocket, the pockets on the front of the mac also have a concealed side entrance. “Warmer pockets”.

Rounding things off are the rear vent for ease of movement and two-button adjustable cuff fastening at the sleeve ends. If you’d like one of these they’re available now from their online shop, so to purchase one, or for more information on the label, go to the website here: S.E.H Kelly.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. August 23, 2012 9:41 am

    a4, whoa that is big

  2. September 1, 2012 7:41 pm

    Everytime I read anything about SEH Kelly, I feel like buying less and only SEH Kelly garbs. So great and always curated in the best possibly way.

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