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Although plastic macs were allowed as part of our school uniform, they had to be grey, grey-black, or black, to harmonise with the navy blue basic uniform.Because the girls preferred the more colourful macs, which were frowned upon, it followed that far more boys wore the standard plastic Pakamacs than girls.Love the comment from Jamie as i recall pakamacs at first had hoods. would ask mum to let me off wearing my plastic mac n hood when fine but to no avail , Bev.From early age had dreams of being made to wear plastic mac with hood . Hi I have not made a entry on this site for some time now as l felt it seemed to be drifting away from its main object (plastic Pakamacs) l have been adding comments right from 2007 when it first started. There is one person in particular who l feel is very similar to myself and that is Brian l have read is many entries andlike me he goes back to when it really all started. l would love to have a nice long chat with you and l have so much to share.

regards Alan John,if you after a brand new nylon mac,buttoned,collared,in the traditional Pakamac style,you may have problems.

The sun was so vivid, the mac appeared almost ROYAL BLUE!

I was standing at the lake, near to Isobel's house, hoping she would appear, but not on this occasion.

More and more I am going back to those early days of boy's plastic macs, and how I was so obsessed with them.

At school, on wet days, I could hardly concentrate on lessons, knowing so many of them were hanging in the cloakroom, drying so beautifully.

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