Depending on where you live you might experience a lot of rain. During these wet seasons, rain gear becomes your best friend in keeping you dry. But rain gear doesn’t have to be drab. The brands listed below prove that this essential can be stylish while serving its purpose. And to add to that, they offer eco-friendly rain gear options! No more ugly, synthetic rubber jackets and boots!
Norwegian Rain is producing some very stylish rain coats. Utilizing fabrics made of recycled material and organic cotton, Norwegian Rain takes their products up a notch by not using solvents during the production of the membrane.
The men’s classic single breasted coat is well cut, easy to wear. Made to be waterproof, windproof and breathable, this classic is also easy to style. Customers can choose either mid- or knee-length and with this particular design, have 6 color options.
Merging fashion with philanthropy, Roma is ready to give poverty the boot. The company’s mission is bringing impoverished children throughout the world hope, love and lasting change. To accomplish this, Roma gives 10% of all proceeds to fund worldwide educational initiatives. And for every pair of Roma Boots sold, a new pair is donated to children in need.
The Emma Blush is a Sadie Robertson original. It blends fashion and durability into all-weather footwear that is super stylish. Like all Roma Boots, the Emma Blush is made from natural rubber. It has a quick-dry knitted cotton lining and a multi-layer cushioned sole. Best of all, they are vegan!
Family owned and operated in Canada since 1898, Kamik offers recyclable rain boots in all sorts of colors and designs. With over 400 employees, Kamik manufactures 73% of its products in North America. Not only does this provide jobs to the local region, it reduces CO2 emissions due to freight. Their plants have zero waste targets, using hydroelectricity, water reuse and 100% material waste recycling system.
The Kamik Recycling Program provides consumers the opportunity to recycle their old Kamik boots. Participating retailers will collect Kamik boots so the company can retrieve and recycle the old boots into a new product.
Brellis are taking parasols and umbrellas to another level in fashion. Handcrafted in Thailand; each Brelli is unique and one-of-a-kind. The Brelli design will biodegrade in in aerobic and anaerobic landfill environments, leaving the smallest footprint.
The original sunBRELLI has become one of their most popular styles. The Grey Collection is perfect for men and women. Like all Brellis, it provides protection against rain, sun and wind weather. It is handmade using sustainable and renewable bamboo, organic cotton and biodegradable PVC.
Eco-friendly rain gear is a perfect alternative for keeping you dry while leaving a lighter footprint on the environment. And with these brands you no longer have to worry about not being fashionable!