Item #: 1089
Source: Picture Post. May 16, 1953
Well Mr Doudy, I hope you wear your nylon pakamac fully buttoned up, and perhaps, as a treat, your plastic mackintosh on top.
To answer maid Jenny's question I do still indeed enjoy wearing a vintage Pakamac. I have one in black opaque plastic with plastic buttons and another navy blue nylon pakamac, very plain, knee length with 4 buttons to the collar. Both are men's macs, buttoning the men's way; I admit I'd be self conscious being seen in public in what was obviously a ladies mac!
And do es Mr Doughdy still enjoy the feeling of being in his mac, as indeed i do even more so when i am made to
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I too was one of those boys who was made to wear a plastic pakamac for any occasion other than travel too and from school, to conserve my expensive regulation school gabardine. I started at an age when, still in grey short trousers, I could enjoy the feel of the plastic brushing against my legs. In later years, up to age 18, I'd revert to short trousers at weekends and holidays to continue enjoying that feeling!
No one had any nice walks in all the rain we have been having lately. I have not seen many in leeds just the nylon type.
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Yes Scooter i have just been outside wearing my bonnet underneath my plastic mac with the hood up. I had to get home as it was so exciting.
Hi, it’s the weather for wearing rain mates, I pop a plastic accordion folding one, it’s plain with the cloth ties. It’s brilliant and keeps you dry, nobody bothers. Go for it Maid Jenny.
I have since manage ged to get some rain bonnets, but not dared wear outside, maybe when i get made to lol. I often go for a mac walk around roundhay park in leeds, come say hello. I do prefer to chat on skype before real time.
As this long drawn out shielding comes to a close, anyone else, like me, looking forward to meeting up with fellow lover of mackintoshes?
how i would love to have been like Jenny made to wear my pakamac I keep 2 plastic mackintosh hanging in my bedroom so they are first and last things i see each day. Beverly
I think that is where my fetish started Sir Brian with being made to wear my pakamac to school. My mum always insisted i had iyt with me folded in my pocket. She used to make fasten it up even if only looking like rain. I was not aware but my hair was kept in a girly style and one day she produced a rain mate for me as the coats had no hood. I felt so embarrased often crying and begging not be made to wear it, but she made me. I was also one of the last boys to wear wear short pants at school. I used to like the mac rubbing on my legs. I often wonder if she knew that it excited me being told what to do and wear. I still do. curtsy from jenny
Buying a new mac is so exciting and, Maid Jenny, it is lovely of you to share your joy with us. I was really lucky, earlier this year, in that I was able to secure two boy's genuine plastic Pakamacs, obviously too small to wear, but lovely to have them. They are an exciting reminder of how beautiful and sexy these macs were.
Hope you are all enjoying your macs and rainwear-they are one of the few things that are keeping us sane in these trying times.
My new long green delta plus raincoat has arrived, it is quite heavy with a lovely smell.
At last i am getting to go for walks in my plastic raincoat, i love the sound of rain on my mac.
I’ve just seen a Pakamac label for a woman’s plastic Pakamac of the style ALMA.
However, the size seems to be a W
Does anybody know what that equates to nowadays?
Hi Brian thanks I will do that regards to you.
Just like Brian I am wearing my noisy rustly nylon overall and plastic apron to do my housework. Then I am going for a walk in my traditional navy plastic (jeantex) raincoat. I also wear my portwest mac at times. pvc.u.like is also a good place for raincoats, and shiny mac.
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Do persevere with e-bay, all of you, there are some real gems there.
Old friend, do try the nylon macs retailed by Stay Dry rainwear, in both navy and black, very reasonably priced. You won't be disappointed. I am just addicted to buying them, and have about 50 so far, and will, no doubt be buying more. I am, in fact wearing one at this very moment. I love going out in them too. Relaxing, comfortable, breathable, noisy, and beautifully exciting, in the best Pakamac tradition. I recommend them to all of you as the perfect antidote to the trials and tribulations of this modern society.
Hi Rob hope you both enjoyed the experience more rain today hopefully this lockdown will ease before to long then you can get away somewhere.
Yes we were today!
Hi Rob no holidays with this lockdown as yet hope you are still wearing your macs shame nylon Macs have disappeared from the shops only seem to be used ones on eBay still I live in hope.
Thank you so much and yes to this and also the question about Pakamacs on 28th May.
Hi Rob it's good to hear from you.does anyone no why nylon Macs have disappeared from the shops enjoy your macs Rob hope you post more .
doing my house work today. full fem with rustling navy nylon pakamc on. will go for walk later is cool so will be wearing a mackintosh.
Still holidaying when we can and last year quite often in the rain!!
Looks like we might get the chance to wear a mac this weekend, I will be in my gents grey plastic long mac, curtsy from jenny
Yes, Marks and Spencer did sell lightweight nylon macs from the mid 60’s. My mum bought a navy blue example that she wore regularly through to the early ‘70’s. The early ones, like my mums had a pocket on either side with a flap covering. I loved this mac, and still get a buzz when I see a nylon mac being worn.
Hello, would anyone here care to discuss a real interest in Pakamacs, as well as other things involving plastic, but discussed especially from a male perspective, for I have no interest in cross dressing, I am sorry, but hope you will understand
What ever happened to Constance & others Rob and his wife miss them all