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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.Hi G, the sight of your teacher in her plastic mac obviously remains very clear in your mind as does my memory of my sister in her pale blue translucent plastic mac which had a matching belt and a matching concertina style rain bonnet with ties that were tied under the chin. If anyone is visiting Edinburgh, it's always a good idea to look in the tourist shops on the Royal Mile.

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 .

Those memories of Blackpool remind me of all the plastic macs in shops in Skegness.

The Lake District was always goood for plastic macs. Hi Jeff good to hear from you I have had a thing for macs since infant school a teacher came to school in a transparent one and I have been hooked ever since it takes a exceptional understanding women to accept it and they are very rare you are lucky Hi Rob, Thanks for the reply.

Mention of Kendal makes me remember other retail outlets which I used regularly in the 1980s-Faiman, Richards, Etam, to name but a few.

And then there was the late, great C & A, with their wonderful ranges at such reasonable prices.I must be honest, I only wear my plastic mac when it's raining and just carry it if the rain stops.I love your photos on Flickr and other sites such as pinterest and I have read your comments on Rainwear Central.Susie is one of my waterproof mentors, and her Galleries on the Plastique Unique website are an inspiration to us all.They are also proof that there are genuine female rainwear enthusiasts, they just need tracking down. KENDAL remeber my wife saying it was a good make and they felt quality and very exciting the plastic was a transparent and one had like a print on it if I remember correctly think the shop was called the Rubber Shop such a long time ago sadly regards If it's the same Kendal that had a shop in Pontypridd in the late 1970's then I certainly remember them and the lovely see-through plastic poncho that I bought there; I still have it today although it's gone yellowy. Any chance of some details of the plastic macs you bought ? I once bought several see through plastic jelly jackets from them, in one go, and the girl asked me if I was going on a boating trip!We went on a railway when we were in Porthmadog two weeks ago and it really rained on us that day as well.

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