MACKINTOSH – Clisham Jackets

By - July 7th, 2011

MACKINTOSH   Clisham Jackets

The rubberized cloth was invented by a chemist, Charles Macintosh, in 1823 in Glasgow, Scotland and it became the formal waterproof fabric known as Mackintosh Cloth. Latest Clisham Jackets are based on the classic MACKINTOSH ‘Mac’ silhouette and it was modernized to cater for the current sophiscated market. Although these pieces might not appeal to the hi tech aficionados, the rubberized cotton twill outer fabric would keep the wearer dry and hand sealed taped seams ensures moisture from seeping in. Corduroy collars offer warmth and a textural accent and the removable hood is a nice option as well. Silver metallic snap buttons are applied onto all buttons contrasting the body. All of these jackets are currently available at endclothing in UK and MACKINTOSH dealers worldwide.

MACKINTOSH   Clisham Jackets

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