Raincoat

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A raincoat or slicker is a waterproof or water-resistant coat worn to protect the body from rain.wikipedia
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Waterproofing

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A raincoat or slicker is a waterproof or water-resistant coat worn to protect the body from rain.
Waterproofing is used in reference to building structures (such as basements, decks, or wet areas), watercraft, canvas, clothing (raincoats or waders), electronic devices and paper packaging (such as cartons for liquids).

Rain

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A raincoat or slicker is a waterproof or water-resistant coat worn to protect the body from rain.
Several cultures have developed means of dealing with rain and have developed numerous protection devices such as umbrellas and raincoats, and diversion devices such as gutters and storm drains that lead rains to sewers.

Charles Macintosh

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The first modern waterproof raincoat was created following the patent by Scottish chemist Charles Macintosh in 1824 of new tarpaulin fabric, described by him as "India rubber cloth," and made by sandwiching a core of rubber softened by naphtha in two pieces of fabric.
The Mackintosh raincoat (the variant spelling is now standard) is named after him.

Millimeters, water gauge

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The amount of pouring rain a raincoat can handle is sometimes measured in the unit millimetres, water gauge.
The unit is often used to describe how much water rainwear or other outerwear can take or how much water a tent can resist without leaking.

Coat

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A raincoat or slicker is a waterproof or water-resistant coat worn to protect the body from rain.

Cagoule

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A cagoule (, balaclava), also spelled cagoul, kagoule or kagool, is the British English term for a lightweight (usually without lining), weatherproof raincoat or anorak with a hood, which often comes in knee-length form.

Mackintosh

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The Mackintosh or raincoat (abbreviated as mac) is a form of waterproof raincoat, first sold in 1824, made out of rubberised fabric.

Mino (straw cape)

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A mino is a traditional Japanese garment, a raincoat made out of straw.

Waxed jacket

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A Waxed jacket is a type of hip-length raincoat made from waxed cotton cloth, iconic of British and Irish country life.

Oilskin

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Oilskin jackets are generally similar to common rubberized waterproofs.

Gore-Tex

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Modern raincoats are often constructed of breathable, waterproof fabrics such as Gore-Tex or Tyvek and coated nylons.

Tyvek

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Modern raincoats are often constructed of breathable, waterproof fabrics such as Gore-Tex or Tyvek and coated nylons.

Nylon

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Modern raincoats are often constructed of breathable, waterproof fabrics such as Gore-Tex or Tyvek and coated nylons.

Tarpaulin

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The first modern waterproof raincoat was created following the patent by Scottish chemist Charles Macintosh in 1824 of new tarpaulin fabric, described by him as "India rubber cloth," and made by sandwiching a core of rubber softened by naphtha in two pieces of fabric.

Naphtha

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The first modern waterproof raincoat was created following the patent by Scottish chemist Charles Macintosh in 1824 of new tarpaulin fabric, described by him as "India rubber cloth," and made by sandwiching a core of rubber softened by naphtha in two pieces of fabric.

Perp walk

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New York publicist Mortimer Matz recommends an old raincoat.

Mac King

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Some of his better-known effects involve goldfish, Fig Newtons, and a yellow raincoat he claims is a magic cloak of invisibility.