A rainy season is inevitable in most of the world, and this requires items that keep you warm and dry. In selecting an umbrella, trench coat, rain coat and more, you have options from black owned brands. These include diverse items for men, women, and children. See the following companies and product links for details.
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To keep you dry
- Africaboutik offers a selection of “African print” umbrellas that are 35.5 inches.
- African American Expressions offers a selection of umbrellas with cultural and religious themes; they are 38 inches.
- Afrikrea offers a selection of umbrellas with various African prints and cultural themes.
- Betty’s Promo Plus offers a selection of umbrellas with sorority and fraternity logos and names.
- Hairbrella offers a combination set consisting of their classic hair rain hat and “signature dome umbrella.” A gift set (3 rain hats in selected colors and the umbrella) is also available. Finally, a satin lined rain hat for children is offered.
- Island Niche offers compact umbrellas in multiple colors.
- It’s a Black Thang offers a selection of umbrellas that include religious, cultural, sorority and fraternity themes.
- Makeba Designs offers a selection of umbrellas for children and youth that measure 25.6 inches. These include “superhero” and “pink rain” umbrellas.
- Sapellé offers a tribal print compact umbrella in various colors.
- Sibahle Collections offers umbrellas in pink and orange for children.
Outerwear (Trench and some Rain Coats)
- Afrikrea offers a number of trench styles that can be customized to your measurements. These include the trench coat Katiopa, the African men’s Isiagu trench, and the tan trench jacket.
- Andre Emery offers an Armondo peacoat in tan, black, or blue.
- Brooklyn Circus offers a reversible plaid trench.
- Casely-Hayford offers a “technical cotton sports cape.”
- Off White offers a “blue diagonols” rain coat.
- Pyer Moss offers rain coats in frosted and yellow.
- Romeo Hunte offers PVC trench coats in khaki and yellow and khaki. Oversized waterproof ponchos in green and black are also available.
- Studio 189 offers an indigo double breasted trench.
- 89Storiez offers “thief n the night” and “bluejay” trench coats.
- Afrikrea offers a large selection of trench coats that include classic double breasted styles of varying lengths (e.g., the Tara, Bogolan, Sabali, and AS styles). Waterproof “purple rain” and “upcycled” rain coats are also available.
- Eclectic Bella Boutique offers a “Georgia light” trench coat.
- Fly Jane offers “Lenora” and “smoother criminal” trench coats.
- Highly Recommended offers a cotton twill trench coat.
- Studio 189 offers a navy indigo double breasted Baoule trench.
- The Sheek Boutique offers a selection of mesh trench coats in several colors (black, white, and yellow).
In reviewing these companies and products, I hope you find trench coats and rain gear that work for you!
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