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Yes, Comfy Rain Gear Does Exist

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    There’s only one thing we loathe more than late-season downpours ruining the last of our summer days: that gross feeling we get when cumbersome rain gear weighs us down and makes us sweat. It’s bad enough getting drenched by Mother Nature; must our protective wear cause us to drip buckets, too?

    The answer is no. There are plenty of lightweight goods on the market right now that will stay dry without causing hot flashes. If you’re tired of clunky rubber boots doubling as foot saunas and 10-pound raincoats weighing you down, the cool shoes, jackets, and umbrellas we rounded up ahead are for you. So, click on to shop the pieces making gloomy weather a bit more bearable. Rain, rain, go away you can stick around a while.

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