Atlanta Rainpant

Atlanta Rainpant


The Atlanta Rainpant, built with hydro/dry waterproof technology is a tough pair of pants for every day protection against the wet. Great for throwing on over your walking trousers when the rain hits. The elastic waist features an adjuster to make sure once they are on, they stay on.

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  • Hydro/dry technology
  • Slip on, slip off 
  • Elasticated waist
  • Velcro fastening back pocket
  • Side leg zips with inside storm guard and rain gutter
  • Short & Regular leg lengths

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  • Hydro/Dry


    Hydro/dry fabric has a minimum performance of 5,000mm hydrostatic head and 5,000g/m2/24hrs MVTR.

Why Sprayway?

At Sprayway we have been designing and producing functional outdoor clothing for 40 years.

Our heritage has always been in producing fully functional, technical clothing for the outdoors, whether taking people up the highest mountains or across valleys.

The range has been inspired by both our heritage of protecting against the elements and our passion for the outdoors.

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I have used these trousers in several showers and been pleased with them. They will go over your shoes/boots but with slight difficulty due to the inner lining. I don't recommend removing them with mucky shoes for obvious reasons! I have used them over walking trousers in Spain and didn't get too hot. They are also excellent for wearing for walks into town where buses are likely to splash you all over. They keep you warm in cold weather and can even be worn indoors when your legs get cold! The waist is elasticated but there's not a lot of give so check over trousers so they're not too tight. They rustle a bit but not too bad. If the zip on the legs & lining had been a bit longer I would have given full marks. They have washed well and are still waterproof which is great! They are nice & light for putting in a rucksack when not needed. I will be buying a pair for my husband which I believe are called Santiago not Atlanta.

Debbie 25 November 2015