Loro Piana Storm System Raincoat : Navy

804,17 €

The famous « Mac » is still manufactured in Scotland with the same process invented by Charles Mackintosh, which consists in rubberizing cotton canvas to make it completely waterproof. The Mackintosh raincoat can be singled out for its unique discretion and its timeless style. Its hidden buttonholes and straight cut makes it an icon of men wardrobe. 

This superb navy blue version is made out of a Loro Piana Storm System wool which turns it into a warm winter overcoat while keeping the waterproof attribute of a raincoat.

  • Loro Piana Storm System

  • Navy blue

  • 2 outside pockets

  • Real horn buttons

  • « Handmade » in Cumbernauld, Scotland

About Mackintosh

Size Shoulder Back Chest Sleeve
38 44 96 104 86
40 46 97 108 88
42 48 98 112 90
44 50 99 116 92
All measurements are in centimeter (cm)
How to measure ?

Measurement guide

Product measurements

All items are individually measured by the BEIGE team

Taille Shoulder Back Chest Sleeve
38 44 96 104 86
40 46 97 108 88
42 48 98 112 90
44 50 99 116 92
All measurements are in centimeter (cm)
  • 1
    Shoulder width :
    Measure between the shoulder seams measured across the back.
  • 2
    Back Lenght :
    Measure from the centre back of the base of the collar to the hem.
  • 3
    Chest Circumference :
    Lay the shirt buttons fastened and double the measurement across the chest between the lowest point of the arm seams.
  • 4
    Sleeve Lenght :
    Combine the measurement from the centre of the collar to the shoulder seam and the measurement from the shoulder seam to the end of the cuff.

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Estimated delivery times are 2-5 days for France, and 4-10 days for the rest of the world.

Free UPS shipping to your door step from 150€ in Europe and from 350€ Worldwide.

You can exchange or return your items during 14 days after reception of your order

For any return a UPS driver will come to your place pick up the parcel at your convenience respecting all sanitary instructions.

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About Mackintosh

Charles Mackintosh, father of the raincoat

Mackintosh’s story started in 1823 with the invention of a Scottish chemist called Charles Mackintosh. This year, the inventor worked out a multi-layered fabric made up of a rubber film.

Manufactured in the family firm in Glasgow, the first Mackintosh makes out the spirits but faced bad smell, stiffness and thermal stability issues. In 1943 Thomas Hancock solved these problems with his vulcanisation process.

In 1880, after having collaborated once, the two men became partners and produced the Mackintosh we know today: more flexible and lighter. Revolutionary, the Mackintosh became a generic term to designate all raincoats !

Rewarded for its international awareness, the company is honoured in 2000 by the ‘Queen’s Award for Enterprise’.

A Must-have

Still manufactured in the United-Kingdom, Mackintosh products stand out for their unequalled discretion. Their hidden buttonholes and straight cuts have made them an icon of British wardrobe.


Mackintosh products embody the British ‘understatement’ and help diffuse British tradition worldwide.