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Raincoat 111-111

€175.00 EUR

The hooded raincoat is a refreshed look on a more traditional “trench style” coat. Made from lightweight waterproof recycled fabric the packable raincoat will keep you dry on the commute to work or during those festival downpours. Print design by Leif Podhajský titled 111-111 - print placement on each garment is unique, your garment may differ slightly from the product image.


  • Made from approximately 45 plastic bottles
  • 100% rPET fabric (made with recycled post-consumer plastic bottles)
  • 15,000 mm/cm2 water column pressure
  • 15,000 g/m2 breathability
  • Ventilation under storm flap
  • Capped hood with front and rear adjustable toggles
  • Elasticated sleeve cuffs
  • Comfortable front pockets
  • Taped seams
  • Packable into rear storm flap pocket
  • Oversized fit

    Ponch was founded by Sophie Mollison and Alexander Edwards. Moving from Australia to the UK, we had to learn to love the unpredictable weather. The idea for Ponch was sparked by inconvenience: Sophie was forced into an ugly poncho at Glastonbury, Alexander was frustrated by bulky outerwear on a camping trip. We love bold prints, and Ponch is a catalyst — and ulterior motive — to work with the artists we admire.

    Sophie has worked in the fashion industry as a graphic and print designer. Experience within the industry has made her acutely aware of — and concerned with — high levels of production waste, and unethical practices within the supply chain. Alexander has worked in the music industry as both a musician and as "the data guy" in the publishing sector. He is an avid outdoorsman.

    Ponch meets at the intersection of our passions: music, design and nature.

    Our Australian roots mean we have a lifelong love of the sea. Now based in Margate, every day we see plastic pollution wash ashore — we are committed to fighting the systems that promote this tide of trash.

    We welcome you to #packaponch.