Buy Mycra Pac Raincoats in Canada
Mycra Pac Designer rain wear is made in the USA, in San Francisco, CA, and now you can have your Mycra Pac Raincoat shipped to Canada. Mycra Pac Coats are expertly sewn, with the highest regard to detail, in California. These beautiful raincoats can be purchased from Going In Style Travel Rain Coats & Gear and mailed globally to Canada. Going In Style ships your Mycra Pac Rain Coat USPS Priority Mail International. For more information on shipping your Mycra Pac Rain Coat to Canada visit our Mycra Pac International Shipping page.
Canada's drizzly weather and unexpected showers make owning a quality rain coat a requirement for residents of the True North. Having a lightweight, waterproof jacket that you can throw on at a moment's notice can be a life saver when you are sightseeing beautiful Victoria, photography Niagra Falls, or commuting to work in Vancouver. You can't go wrong with a Mycra Pac raincoat. These coats are lightweight and come in a variety of gorgeous colors for combating rainy day blues. Mycra Pac coats feature an oversize hood to protect you from the rain and it doubles as a elegant pleated collar. These trench style rain coats have beautiful detailing and look elegant on anyone. The raincoats over plenty of room for movement, and slightly, cinches in at the waist for a feminine fit. These raincoats are durable and classic and will last you for years to come.
One of the great features of Mycra Pac's line of rain gear is that all the coats are packable into their own tote bags that you can carry with you when the sun comes out, or to easily pack your coat in your suitcase for traveling. Mycra Pac coats combine style and practicality with their waterproof rain jackets that are sleek and stylish. These coats are wearable with any outfit including, dresses, skinny jeans, trousers, and ball gowns. Never let the rain spoil your event no matter where you are going day or night.
Canada is located in northern North America, bordering three oceans, the North Atlantic Ocean on the east, North Pacific Ocean on the west, and the Arctic Ocean on the north. Canada is north of the conterminous United States. The area if Canada is 9,984,670 sq km, in comparison, Canada is slightly larger than the United States. Canada is the second largest country in the world.
Canada's climate varies regionally from temperate in south to subarctic and arctic in north. Spring weather in Canada is rainy and begins to warm up. Summers are moderately warm and sunny. Autumn weather is temperate with cool evenings and you can expect to see the leaves turning brown and falling from the trees. In the winter you can expect snowfall which is wonderful for winter sport fanatics. You can expect ski resort destinations such as Whistler Blackcomb, Red Mountain and Big White to be busy with wintertime visitors. For more information on exploring The Great White North visit Canada's official Tourism site.
There are 1,467 (2013) airports in Canada. If you are flying to Canada from another country there are dozens of International airports to choose from depending on what part of Canada you plan on visiting. Some of the larger International Airports in Canada include Yarmouth Airport serving the city of Yarmouth and the province of Nova Scotia, Saint John Airport serving the city of Saint John province of New Brunswick, and Victoria International Airport serving the city of Victoria and the province of British Columbia.
When traveling to major cities it is usually convenient to take public transportation such as buses. The Greyhound bus system is affordable and easy to get a ticket by purchasing tickets online or last minute at the terminal. Greyhound buses will take you almost anywhere in the Canada and the US.
In some larger cities, such as Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, you can take the metro (subway) to get around the city, however in more rural areas bus systems may be slow and unreliable.
Car rentals are quit affordable when you book online and having your own car to get around Canada is convenient and can usually get you places faster. If you plan on renting a car while traveling to Canada you will need to be at least 25 years-old, have a drivers license, and have a credit card. For information on accessible travel in Canada visit Canada's Access to Travel web page.
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For more information on Canada visit the CIA World Factbook.