The joys of the British Summer, one moment the sun is glorious, warming everything it touches and the next minute we’ve got a thunderstorm. Its times like these where a good raincoat can make all the difference. And Number Six has you all covered. We’ve picked three of our most popular raincoats and broken them down in detail for you. The three coats are from the brands Universal Works, Patagonia and Penfield. So here we go. .The first one is the Universal Works Red Keswick Jacket. The jacket itself is made from British Millerain dry waxed cotton. Its unlined which makes it perfect for just wearing all day without breaking you into a sweat when the sun is shining or on the underground. The jacket features a drawstring hood, zip and button storm flap fastening. Storage is provided by three handy sized pockets to the front. Coming up next we have the Penfield Yellow Cornell Port Jacket which also happens to feature three pockets. Constructed from Penfield’s trademark Hudson Wax Cloth there’s no denying its waterproof and durability credentials. The chambray lined hood adds a level of comfort whilst protecting you from those surprise showers. Last but not the least is the Patagonia Dill Torrentshell Jacket. The simplicity of this jacket make is perfect for trekking, hiking or cycling through the city. The H2No Performance Standard shell is combined with a waterproof yet breathable 2.5-layer nylon ripstop which repels moisture. The front zipper also features a storm flaps that keep the elements out. Its hard to pick a favorite from amongst the three. Whilst offering protection they all offer comfort and style in spades. These jackets are available via the webstore and in-store at Number Six London now.