Terra New York provides a line of fashion conscious, 100% waterproof jackets. Each designed with cyclists and pedestrians in mind. They are semi-transparent and have heat sealed seams. Meaning no stitching, no needles, no holes, no leaking!
Penfield Kasson is made with teflon coated cotton and nylon. Sure to stand up to our wind and rain. It's tailored fit, cinch waist and hood make it easy for you to make it your own.
Vancouver loves it's Lululemon and while I don't condone wearing yoga pants on the daily I will say they make a nice rain jacket. The Pedal Power is a reversible jacket is fit for the commuter it offers a large hood and collar as well as removable belt to pack your jacket into. They also offer a Right As Rain Jacket with a simple design and a more affordable price point.
For the men, Levi's commuter is perfect. Water and dirt resistant keeps you dry and clean. Modern design with lots of pockets as well as a hood that zips into the collar. Now if only they made this line for the ladies, I'd be all over it. Check out the whole line!
Last but not least, Kway. We've all seen them. Simple and unisex design at an affordable price point. My only complaint is the lack of breathability. But I'm certainly not complaining when I arrive home from a rainy bike ride dry to the bone.
There are A LOT of rain boots out there. If you're like me and can't fathom wearing the same rain boot as everyone else, here are few not-so-typical rain appropriate boots.
1. Hunter Brixen The only Hunter boot I've ever liked. 2. Loeffler Randall Slim and underrated. 3. Khombu Classy If I ever bought a "typical" rainboot, it would these bright yellow ones. 4. Burberry Wraparound High end but super sleek 5. Dr. Marten Triumph Not a rain boot but they still do a fantastic job and are built to last.