Rain rain go away

August 08, 2021

Swims

Our Swims collection features fully waterproof loafers which are fit for by the pool relaxing or to go out and about on a rainy day in England. These easy to style summer shoes are a great piece to have in your wardrobe because they are extremely versatile. With the vast colour range we offer you're bound to find a style that suits you. I would pair these with relaxed chino shorts and a classic T-shirt for a smart casual look.

The waterproof jacket

Shell in bonded jersey, sensitive, with full zip hood, equipped with external laser-cut ventilation system TNT filters, Standard 100 certified by Oeko Tex, replaceable thanks to two integrated side pockets. The rear elastic drawstring helps adjust the hood. Made of P GGT5 Eurojersey fabric, produced in Italy and 100% sensitive ecosystem certified, it guarantees very high anti-bacterial performance, protects from UV rays, resistant to water. Waterproof external zippers. The characteristic ventilation system increases the breathability of the areas most subject to heating. This is a unique piece to have in your wardrobe if you look beyond the visual athletics of a garment - the true beauty is the technology fabrics behind this jacket.

Crep Protect spray

 Make sure you always dust off any excess dirt before hand. Then shake the can, as with any aerosol, shaking the can is important. Crep Protect states 'The reason for this is that shaking mixes all of the products together, meaning that the repellant can begin to form inside the can. Shaking the Crep Protect Spray ensures that all of the elements come together in order to create an effective barrier against rain and stains. If you don’t shake your Crep Protect Spray, you won’t get the best out of the product.' 

Next, spray a first coat 20cm away and spay with a continuous motion. Once you have done this around the entire sneaker you can leave it. Then leave the shoe to dry for 10 minutes and repeat. Spay for a second time and leave to dry then you're good to go! 

Are you ready for the rain?


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