Fall is nearly here, and with it comes the rain (at least for the Pacific Northwest.) And there’s nothing more important than serious rain gear. Ruf Duck was designed by a retired logger. They’ve become a hit for those who need protection in the toughest outdoor environments. Over the past 20 years, Ruf Duck has developed a following with dairymen, commercial fishermen and others who need practical rain gear.
The fabric is made on the East Coast to Ruf Duck’s specifications. Flame-resistant oxford nylon, 200 denier, was chosen because it is stronger than conventional weaves and lightweight. The nylon fabric is coated with a proprietary polyurethane waterproof film. The waterproofing is on the inside, protected from wear. The seams are double-stitched and reinforced in the back with extra vinyl to prevent leakage through the seams. The design of the garment acts like a bellow, circulating out perspiration laden air as you walk and work. The Ruf Duck Rain Gear is 100% waterproof.
Learn more about Ruf Duck here.