Raindrop camouflage prints are one of the few patterns used in military camouflage. The pattern uses a large number of vertical lines to imitate the image of rain, which was used by some European countries in the early rainy wars. Because of its short official service time, it is very rare in the market, low-key and special.
Spill-resistant fabric handles everyday drizzle and wet weather.
The drawstring at the hem is made of army green in the same color as the clothes, and the rope holes are finely seamed, so you can adjust the tightness according to your own needs, and it can also be windproof.
Using the chart below to determine your size based on your measurements. If you’re on the borderline between two sizes, you may select the smaller size for a tighter fit or the larger size for a looser fit.
If your measurements for chest and shoulder correspond to two different suggested sizes, please feel free to select the size indicated by your chest measurement.
Loose fit version, light and military style is better to wear. The cover area of big enough, the rain hat is also large, very good! On a light rainy day, I walked through it for about 40 minutes at a time. It has a lotus leaf for water-repellent. If the rainfall is heavier, it needs to be verified.
If there is a next version, I would like to make two suggestions: 1. The rain hat is easy to tighten with a drawstring; 2. Change the zipper style (this is very important, it needs to be easier to put on and take off after rainy days to avoid rainwater from getting wet on other clothes)
The material is very thick, and it can almost be used as a raincoat on rainy days. I was a little limited in my thinking before, and I was afraid that it would be too hot to wear in summer. Then I figured it out. The inside is vacuum, and the sleeves are rolled up, very capable and handsome + casual