Rain Coat for Photographers

Aquatech has designed a raincoat specifically for photographers with thoughtful touches such as a waterproof external zipper. The jacket has multiple pockets, two are designed to hold your lenses including a 70 -200mm sized lens, larger pockets will hold a spare body or keep your hands warm. Internal pockets are designed for smaller items such as cardholders or a cell phone. A hidden attached hood sits just under the collar for those times you need to keep your head covered. Tired of your camera

Aquatech has designed a raincoat specifically for photographers with thoughtful touches such as a waterproof external zipper. The jacket has multiple pockets, two are designed to hold your lenses including a 70 -200mm sized lens, larger pockets will hold a spare body or keep your hands warm. Internal pockets are designed for smaller items such as cardholders or a cell phone. A hidden attached hood sits just under the collar for those times you need to keep your head covered. Tired of your camera straps slipping off of your shoulder? Aquatech jackets have a non-slip fabric on the shoulder. Overall it's a great looking jacket, but it wasn't designed with the small-framed in mind— sizes start at medium. Expect to pay about $200, unless you're into camouflage, which runs $229.
—Melissa Macatee
Contributing Blogger