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I was standing at the lake, near to Isobel's house, hoping she would appear, but not on this occasion.However, the whole leafy area remains my favourite haunt for outdoor macking.Both the shops used to carry a very extensive range. An excellent contribution from Plasticjiffymac, outlining the agonies and ecstasies of waterproof enthusiasm.More and more I am going back to those early days of boy's plastic macs, and how I was so obsessed with them.It would not surprise me at all if the Stories website did not belong to her. And, Sue, if you are reading this, please let me have your phone number once more.I accidentally deleted it, hence my not being in touch.
On especially hot days, I was allowed to keep my hood down but most of the time I had to wear it up.
They have both zips and popper fastening and attached hoods. But today I had a beautiful sighting-an authentic navy blue nylon mac, pulsating with the wearer's every move. Didn't get chance to speak, so there was no liaison, but plenty of inspiration!
The seams and general workmanship are, admittedly, a little crude, compared with Pakamac's excellent standards, but they are beautifully relaxing and comfortable to wear. Of course,if you are like myself and my fellow enthusiasts,you will probably try both routes! As for Isobel, she still remains my ultimate waterproof pin-up.
The standard grey-black plastic macs of the 50s/60s were without hoods,to accommodate school uniform caps(yuck! Some of the other brands of plastic mac did have attached hoods, but most had separate rain bonnets, so beloved of Susan.
When plastic macs reappeared with a vengeance, in the late 70s, the attached hoods were one of the most attractive features.
Despite the wonderful convenience of Pakamacs, I have my eyes on an olive green heavy latex rubber mac, from Weathervain, and this may be my next purchase..for thought...a rubber mac...rubber mac...