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The "Rain-Dogs" weather shield

Discussion in 'Makers Market' started by Twodogs, Jun 13, 2016.

  1. Twodogs

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    The "Rain-Dogs" weather shield ,,,,,unlined waxed cotton to go over the "Twodogs" ,,,or any other clothes :)

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    No zips or buttons to fail ,,,:D

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    Hand made in Dudley :)

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    Price £65 made to your size and posted to your door in the UK

    Add a wool lined hood

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    Price £70 made to your size and posted to your door in the UK

    Thanks for looking

    Twodogs
     
  2. Philster

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    Very nice!!!!
     
  3. beachlover

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    Reminds me of the long extinct Barbour Longshoreman. Excellent. :)
     
  4. MartinK9

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    Just in time for our Summer, nicely played Cliff. :)
     
  5. TinkyPete

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    PM Incoming.....you bad bad man
     
  6. MartinK9

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    Breaking Strain of a Kit-Kat :rolleyes:


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  7. Mesquite

    Mesquite Anyone for sailing?

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    Ha ha ha... resistance is futile :borgsmile

    If it weren't for the severe lack of funds in my bank account I'd be ordering one as well :)
     
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    Hmm, very interesting Cliff
     
  9. Twodogs

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    Many Thanks Steve

    Just finished this one ..on its way North soon

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    Taking orders now folks

    Twodogs
     
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    Probably a silly question, but how water tight are the seams on something like this.... just wondering... very tempted..

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  11. Twodogs

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    As tight as any other coat to be honest ..

    You could run a candle around the seems to up it I suppose ..

    Twodogs
     
  12. Twodogs

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    Due to my work hours changing over the summer I will be taking no more orders until September ..

    Thank you all for your support

    Twodogs
     
  13. Twodogs

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    Making now folks :)
     
  14. Twodogs

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    Making now folks
     
  15. Rabid

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    Hi Twodogs has the pocket got the different sections in it like the wool shirt has.
    Cheers
     
  16. Twodogs

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    Yes mate ,,same set up
     
  17. Dave

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    Makes me wanna sell my Swazi.
     
  18. TinkyPete

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    I can safely say from having mine and used it during, before and after the Gathering that this is one of my favourite tops and I use it in all conditions, keeps most but the heaviest and longest downpours at bay. It did get a bit wet inside after 3 hours but people who had normal waterproofs and ponchos got wet at that point and most were cowering more than me. It has taken over from a lot of my technical jackets for its ease of use and comfort. I had many a person admire it at the Gathering and also some people in my local town. It is very lightweight and packs down to a really small size (a lot smaller than most people think) I usually have mine in a roll which is about 25cm long about 7cm in diameter(And I and it is not that small (see large bloke size)), I have a small strap which keeps it that size till I need to deploy it when carrying it. It easy fits into any of my sling bags and haversacks that I use.

    I could not be more chuffed that I got one if I tried.

    Top Work Cliff
     
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    Even though it is 32C outside and bright sunshine I have just taken the plunge and ordered my rain shirt. If it is half as good as my Twodogs wool shirt I will be a very happy bunny.
    I will be looking forward to some wet and cold so that I can get the best from them this winter.:hatscarf::umbrella:
     
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    I've been sorely tempted by this and wool bush shirt (I really fancy one of the 1950's wool blankets you got) to complement it. The quality looks great, made in the UK, supports a BCUK member but I'll be crucified if I bring another jacket into the house.
     

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