In the market for a high-tech weatherproof coat? Well, One Man Technical Outerwear, now on indigogo and based out of Vancouver, may just have you covered. They make their coats with a 3k/3k waterproof and windproof membrane inside two fabric layers. The interior is lined with 220-gram micro fleece, for both warmth and comfort.
They have three coats planned: the Wanderer has a herringbone outer shell and is long enough such that your butt won’t get wet when you sit down on some damp bleachers (see, these guys definitely live in Vancouver). The Stratus is a cargo jacket with pockets galore and is made of cotton twill. Finally, the Provider is a dressy coat with a thick wool shell.