Let it Rain – with Pendleton

Seven waterproof rain boots with Pendleton national park designs.

Oregon Rain

We don’t let the rain slow us down in Oregon. Pendleton’s corporate headquarters is in Portland, Oregon, in the Pacific Temperate Rainforest Zone. (Learn about that here: the Pacific Temperate Rainforest zone.) We see an average of 43 inches of rainfall each year, so we know rain.

woman in Pendleton rain slicker and boots standing on a dock

Pendleton Rain Products

That’s why we’re super excited about our rain products, including the Pendleton rain boots (in two heights!) and our rainwear. We stay rain ready with waterproof jackets and ponchos that feature sealed seams and fun linings with Pendleton patterns and National Park Stripes.

See them here: Pendleton rain boots

You can see all the women’s rainwear here: Women’s rainwear by Pendleton

Our new women’s waterproof wool coats combine our expertise in wool AND rain! Enjoy the benefits of wool—warmth, beauty, breathability—with the added bonus of seam-seal technology and a waterproof finish. The clean, simple lines make this the perfect coat to throw on every day!

See them here:

Waterproof wool coat by Pendleton, hooded

Waterproof wool coat by Pendleton, stand collar

A man, a child, and a woman crossing a cobblestone street wearing Pendleton rain coats.

The entire family can be rain ready with a men’s jacket and a new kid-sized slicker.

See them here: Kid’s Long Beach Raincoat

Men’s Pacific Raincoat

Accessories

We have a fantastic line of waterproof Canopy Canvas accessories that are bright, practical, and oh-so-waterproof. These lightweight, durable bags are designed to protect whatever you carry–not only on rainy days.

See them here: Canopy Canvas- totes, bags & more

So don’t let raindrops slow you down. Get out there and enjoy the rain; after all, it keeps the world green.

A woman in a field wearing a red Pendleton rain poncho.

April Showers and Pendleton Rainwear

A woman wearing a Pendleton rain slicker walks her dog in a mossy, ferny forest.

Pacific Northwest Rainy Days

The Pacific Northwest is famous for rainy spring weather, and this year is no exception. But a little moisture (or a lot) doesn’t stop us from getting out and about—which calls for rainwear!

A woman wearing a Pendleton rain slicker walks two Husky dogs in a mossy, ferny forest.

Women’s Rainwear

Pendleton’s signature rainwear is engineered to keep you comfortable, with fabrics that join the water-resistance of polyurethane with the breathability of cotton, and seam-seal technology. From the hood to the snaps, our coats are designed to stay dry.

A woman in jeans and red Pendleton rain boots steps over some wet, mossy bracken, with her red dog.

Pendleton Rain Boots

When it’s time to hit the trail, slip on some Pendleton rain boots! Padded for comfort and support, dry for any weather.

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We have plaids, jacquard-inspired tonal patterns, and National Park boots in three heights. With the right Pendleton rain jacket and a pair of Pendleton rain boots, you’re ready to take on the wettest spring.

A woman stands on a grassy point, looking out over a bay. She is wearing a Pendleton rain slicker.

Check out more jacket styles here:   Pendleton Outerwear

Three women pose in the studio, wearing Pendleton rain slickers.

And see all the boot styles here: Pendleton Rain Boots

 

Photo credits:

Shots 1, 2, 5: Danielle Visco for Zoom Zoom Creative

Shots 3, 4: Kristen Frasca, @kristenfrasca