Unless you live in a place where the sun is out all year long, you know what’s coming: the temperature’s going up by 20 degrees and the snow you’ve been living with the last couple months get replaced by similarly challenging rain. If you need a new rainy day jacket for wearing around the city, you might want to take a look at the Nau Succinct Trench Coat.
A modern version of the trench coat, it’s shorter than the traditional 10-button rainwear, making for a more relaxed and more casual everyday jacket. While shorter, it doesn’t scrimp on the technical protection, shrugging off water and wind while remaining breathable to keep things from getting too toasty underneath.
The Nau Succinct Trench Coat comes in a two-layer construction that combines a DWR-coated breathable membrane with fully-taped seams, ensuring it will keep all the rain water out. Breathable mesh and soft taffeta serve as comfortable lining, while a tall collar shields your neck from the elements for those days you decide to keep the zippered hood away. In case you’re going to be walking in the rain at night, it comes with a stowable reflective tape that you can keep in the back pocket to aid your visibility to motorists and other pedestrians.
Features include traditional zippered hand pockets, drop-in chest pockets, and a subtle plaid pattern to give it just that extra bit of style up close. It comes in a regular fit.
Available in black and gray, the Nau Succinct Trench Coat is priced at $274.95.