The Portland Rainsuit is not just for riders in Portland
Portland is not the wettest city in the U.S. Nor is it Seattle. That distinction belongs to Yakutat, Alaska, which averages 160 inches of rain per year.
No, Portland, Oregon is not the rainiest city it just seems that way. Rain so permeating, ubiquitous and well, gnarly that a short ride on your scooter can make you feel like Lewis and Clark. So even though most Corazzo gear does a magnificent job of keeping you dry in a light rain, sometimes you need even more protection. And that’s where the “Portland” Rain Suit comes in. Made of nylon with taped seams, it’s guaranteed to be 100% waterproof. The jacket has a removable hood that can be worn under your helmet while the pants and Jacket have easy-to-seal pockets.
Those of us riding in Minnesota have even taken to wearing this suit when temps drop below 40° F as they also act as an added wind block. You would be surprised at how well this suit performs under those conditions!
So whether you ride a Vespa scooter, a BMW motorcycle or just really enjoy fishing in the rain, just throw the Portland Rain Suit right over your usual riding gear and you’ll stay both warm and dry. Even if you are in Yakutat.