Classic raincoats

Waterproof Raincoats

Stutterheim Raincoats is a Swedish premium outerwear fashion brand founded in Stockholm in 2010. Founder Alexander Stutterheim drew inspiration from the ...read more

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Our Unique Rubberized Cotton

Rubberized Cotton is the material most closely associated with Stutterheim. This high quality waterproof material is used to create
the majority of our raincoats, including the iconic Stockholm and Mosebacke styles

100% waterproof

The material is 100% waterproof, exceeding the highest rating of 20,000mm on the hydrostatic head test.

Substantial and luxurious

The rubberized cotton used on our classic raincoats is substantial, weighing in at 530gsm for a luxurious and protective shield against the elements.

Made in Europe

Hand made by our skilled seamstresses with unique double welded seams ensuring no leaks, metal snap buttons and cotton drawstrings.

All the colors of the rainbow

Available in a range of rich, deep, vibrant colors and various finishes from matte to high gloss.



Embrace the melancholy which occurs under grey skies and heavy rain and fight those outer demons in style. You’ll need a good raincoat.
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Stockholm - straight fit unisex raincoat

Named after our hometown and the city of our dreams, the Stockholm raincoat is as deeply rooted within the Stutterheim DNA as Alexander Stutterheim himself. In fact, the Stockholm raincoat is a direct descendant of our Arholma jacket and this raincoat is undeniably one of Stutterheim’s classics. For six years, we’ve been updating this classic, experimenting with different colors, patterns and materials to create seasonal variations which sit alongside our core collection. Since its introduction, the Stockholm has been worn by celebrities from Nathalie Portman to Kanye West, helping us to spread our message of drawing inspiration from melancholy. It has a straight cut making it suitable for both men and women and comes in our original 530gsm rubberized cotton.

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Mosebacke - A line women’s raincoat

Flowy and feminine, the Mosebacke raincoat takes its name from the romantic spot at the top of a hill on the island of Södermalm in Stockholm. Mosebacke square is a cultural gathering point, regularly hosting concerts, dinners and events. And just round the corner from one of the most spectacular views over Stockholm. The Mosebacke raincoat is the A-lined version of our most iconic style, made in our classic rubberized cotton. Added to our range as an alternative for our female customers, looking for a stylish, feminine raincoat. Whether caught in a shower of rain on a Sunday stroll, or dancing the night away at an outdoor concert, the flowing lines of the Mosebacke coat won’t restrict you in your desire to be in continuous motion.

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Story of Arholma

Based on our founder Alexander Stutterheim’s grandfather’s raincoat worn in the 1960’s, the Arholma coat bares a special meaning. Alexander was going through his grandfather’s belongings shortly after he passed away and uncovered an old fisherman’s raincoat. His grandfather lived his last years on the small island of Arholma in the Stockholm archipelago. He was a headstrong man, constantly swaying between creative and melancholic states of mind, not unlike his nearest neighbour, the ocean. Alexander brought the coat with him when he returned to the city. There, on the kitchen floor of his old apartment, Alexander created the pattern for the first ever Stutterheim coat as a homage to his grandfather. An updated version of this classic piece of outerwear, better suited to the needs of its modern wearer. It was from this very same apartment that the first 200 Stutterheim raincoats were sold

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"A clean contemporary take on the traditional rain jacket…a satisfying drape and silky, smooth texture."
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"Stutterheim is recharging rainwear through art."
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"The Raincoat That Will Keep You Dry For a Lifetime…and it looks great anywhere."
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"Classic meets fashion forward. A raincoat that’ll last for years and years to come."

See how others wear their raincoats

Discover how others wear their Stutterheim and share your own style by tagging your Instagram photos with @Stutterheim and #Stutterheim

How do the raincoats fit, are they true to size?

Our raincoats generally fit true to size, however it's important to note that for women choosing one of our unisex styles, such as Stockholm, to take a size down as the sizing scale is for men.
Stockholm size chart
STOCKHOLM XXXS XXS XS S M L XL XXL
USA Men 26-28 30 32-34 36 38-40 42 44-46 48
UK Men 26-28 30 32-34 36 38-40 42 44-46 48
Europe Men 36-38 40 42-44 46 48-50 52 54-56 58
Sweden Men 36-38 40 42-44 46 48-50 52 54-56 58
USA Women 4 6-8 10 12-14 16 18-20 22 24-26
UK Women 8 10-12 14 16-18 20 22-24 26 28-30
Europe Women 36 38-40 42 44-46 48 50-52 54 56-58
Sweden Women 36 38-40 42 44-46 48 50-52 54 56-58


Mosebacke size chart
MOSEBACKE XXXS XXS XS S M L XL XXL
USA Women 2 4 6-8 10 12-14 16 18-20 22
UK Women 6 8 10-12 14 16-18 20 22-24 26
Europe Women 34 36 38-40 42 44-46 48 50-52 54
Sweden Women 32 34 36-38-44 40 42-44 46 48-50 52
STOCKHOLM XXXS XXS XS S M L XL XXL
USA Men 26-28 30 32-34 36 38-40 42 44-46 48
UK Men 26-28 30 32-34 36 38-40 42 44-46 48
Europe M 36-38 40 42-44 46 48-50 52 54-56 58
Sweden M 36-38 40 42-44 46 48-50 52 54-56 58
USA W 4 6-8 10 12-14 16 18-20 22 24-26
UK W 8 10-12 14 16-18 20 22-24 26 28-30
Europe W 36 38-40 42 44-46 48 50-52 54 56-58
Sweden W 36 38-40 42 44-46 48 50-52 54 56-58


MOSEBACKE XXXS XXS XS S M L XL XXL
USA W 2 4 6-8 10 12-14 16 18-20 22
UK W 6 8 10-12 14 16-18 20 22-24 26
Europe W 34 36 38-40 42 44-46 48 50-52 54
Sweden W 32 34 36-38-44 40 42-44 46 48-50 52

FAQ

Are these raincoats for men or women?
Anyone should feel free to wear any of our styles, however the Stockholm is designed with a straight cut so it’s suitable for most men and women, whereas the Mosebacke has an A-line cut to suit women’s figures.
Are the raincoats completely waterproof?
Yes, the rubberized cotton material is 100% waterproof. It’s been extensively tested in the laboratory, in the rain, and in the shower.
Are these winter raincoats?
The Stockholm and Mosebacke raincoats are not insulated, however the rubberized cotton is substantial, and completely windproof, so the provide a good level of insulation. Worn over a wool sweatshirt they’ll keep you as comfortable in the cold as a thick wool overcoat.
Are the raincoats available worldwide?
Yes, we offer free worldwide shipping on our raincoats.
Can I return my raincoat if I order the wrong size?
Yes, you may return unworn raincoats for an exchange or refund with our free returns service.
What is the difference between the Stockholm and Mosebacke raincoats?
The material and production techniques are exactly the same. The difference is only the cut and sizing of the two styles.
The Stockholm has a straight cut, and uses a men’s sizing scale. The Mosebacke has an A-line cut and uses a Women’s sizing scale. As a guide, a women of 160cm and 50kg would be advised to take an XXXS Stockholm or an XXS Mosebacke, and a woman of 168cm and 62kg a Stockholm XS or Mosebacke S.
What is the difference between these and your lightweight raincoats?
The rubberized cotton of our Stockholm and Mosebacke models is a substantial fabric designed to drape beautifully due to its weight and body, similar to a high quality wool coat. Our lightweight Stockholm and Mosebacke raincoats have a similar pattern, however the fabric is completely different. They are more like traditional, packable raincoats, and have been designed for warmer seasons and for travel. Our Rubberized cotton is a unique material, and really has to be seen and felt in person to appreciate it.
How can I wash my raincoat?
Please refer to the care label inside your jacket. Most of our jackets can be washed in the machine:
Setting: Delicate items
Maximum 30°C
No bleach or softener
No centrifuge
No tumble dry
Only dry the garment flat
If you have persistent marks or stains on the rubberized cotton fabric then you can try rubbing them with a little oil-free acetone, but please be sure to test it on a small area of the fabric first.