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We waterproof enthusiasts must stick together and share as many experiences as possible. Jeff has mentioned the possibility of displaying my items in a museum-again a wonderfully creative idea.My great friend/contact/near-partner, Susan, has not only marvellous wardrobes of plastic and nylon macs, but also a wonderfully comprehensive knowledge of such items.The colour was particularly striking, and was only equalled when Pakamac brought out their new range in 1977. So, there is another piece of waterproof trivia, and there will be more to come.In the meantime, I will keep searching for those cherished gems from Chadderton....... I have just discovered the site and have very much enjoyed reading all the comments with interest bringing back old memories of when I was taken to get fitted for school rainwear or my sisters .It would not surprise me at all if the Stories website did not belong to her. And, Sue, if you are reading this, please let me have your phone number once more.I accidentally deleted it, hence my not being in touch.Because the girls preferred the more colourful macs, which were frowned upon, it followed that far more boys wore the standard plastic Pakamacs than girls.However, a few girls did have their own way, and I recall a beautiful see-through mac in a vivid emerald green, well worn.
More and more I am going back to those early days of boy's plastic macs, and how I was so obsessed with them.Pakamac may be gone, unfortunately, but the tradition is kept going by "Stay Dry", "PVC-U-Like", and one or two others.One good thing about Pakamac is that they kept their prices very reasonable even though they were leaders in their particular field, and their successors have followed suit.They make me think of Isobel-here I go again-who has just the right figure for mackintosh wearing. I had to wear my pakamac whenever I set foot outside during the summer.On especially hot days, I was allowed to keep my hood down but most of the time I had to wear it up.