Kain’s Coat isn’t overparticular special but, it does have sentimental value to him. After his Immediate release from prison, he traded his last bit of cash to a homeless person for this already battered tan raincoat. It kept him warm, and dry during his time on the streets. Over the years has patched every rip and tear with whatever material was available, creating a patchwork look to the coat.
After joining the Benefactors, Kain refused to give up his coat for a newer one, despite his colleges insistent pleads,Instead he lined the coat with a thin layer of Kevlar and fire resistant materials and custom sewed in various gadget pockets and gun holsters.Kain never goes anywhere without his coat, and he often refers to it often as his “second skin” or “baby”.