Mackintosh | Waverly Coat
When you think of Mackintosh, the first item that comes to mind is their renowned waterproof raincoat. Scottish inventor Charles Macintosh would be proud of his invention (first sold in 1824) which has achieved such prominence that the Mackintosh’s name is now used by many as a generic term for all water-repellent raincoats.
While the original Mac is an undisputed classic, somedays a man needs more warmth than water resistance. These Waverly quilted coats foot that bill and would be a great addition for the cooler days ahead. And when every man, woman and child you know are blending together in their many variations of the Barbour Liddesdale, you can be wavy in the Waverly.
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