Only a handful of brands can claim to have had a whole category of clothing named after them, but Scotland’s Mackintosh is one of them. The story of its iconic Mac raincoat began in 1823, when Scotsman Charles Macintosh discovered a way of producing waterproof clothing through the use of rubberised cotton. Through the years, many brands have emulated Charles’ immensely successful design, but there can only be one original – an original that Mackintosh continues to produce to this day.
A True Icon
The iconic Mac continues to be produced entirely by hand, using rubberised cotton and glued seams to ensure the best possible waterproofing. In other words, this is a raincoat you can rely on whatever the weather, remaining just as elegant and functional in ten years time as it is on the first day you wear it.
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