To buy goods for tourism and leisure activity

How for you to stay dry when it is raining during your journey on foot? Speaking honestly, it is impossible. A sloppy forest, cold rain and an utterly dry tourist — that is more likely to be a picture from the “dream-dream” film, than a reality show. Although, sure, you can try to stay dry at least halfway. For example, you can make use of a perfect old method and put a raincoat on.

A raincoat is the simplest, cheapest and most quality means to stay almost dry after rain. Putting on your raincoat, you will turn a journey on foot into a fairy tale. To buy goods for tourism and leisure activity, including a raincoat, you can in the online store.

 A raincoat can be of two models:

  1. A raincoat-poncho. The concept of such a thing is perfect. The raincoat is seamed with the expectation that it would cover your camping backpack too. It is a very convenient solution and it looks as being creatively different. The single issue that we want to stop at is trying on. Remember to always look at how the raincoat suitable to you if it happens that you will have to put it on without your backpack.
  2. A usual raincoat plus a cover for your backpack. There are likely to be all understandable by the title. The variant is good, but if it is raining hard for a long time, you have fewer chances to save your backpack.

Raincoats are being tailored of a wide range of materials. They are most often PVC or polyethene. In theory, both variants are quite applicable, and it is difficult to distinguish one of them, though there is no need to do that.

To buy goods for tourism and leisure activity: plus and cons of a raincoat

A raincoat isn't an expensive thing, so it would be silly to save your money while buying it. It is better to make the choice in favour of the variant with thick polyethene. It is more sustainable to tearing up. While buying a raincoat you should also pay your attention to the fastener and the quality of suture lines. The fastener can be presented with a zipper-fastener, snappers, ordinary belts, or touch and close fasteners. Other kinds of fasteners can be pulled out quite easily, while a seamless raincoat isn't convenient to use.

So, here are, likely, almost all practical pieces of advice respecting to a raincoat. Like any other thing, it has its plus and cons. So, here are its advantages:

  • a raincoat saves you against rain, and, accordingly, any possibility of getting cold;
  • a hiking backpack can be located under the raincoat and stays dry.

Cons:

  • a raincoat doesn't “breath”. If a tourist moves wearing a raincoat in usual middle medium swing, there is a high possibility that he will get wet inside due to vapors. By such manners, if not hard or not very protracted rain ambushed you while you are hiking, it is better to wait the rain to pass coming to a stop anywhere;
  • raincoats tend tear. Even thickest polyethene can be torn up, snagging against a bush or a tree limb in the forest;
 A typical raincoat will soak through if it is raining for a long time.