Portable Rain Hood

By Hood To Go

$24.95
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Hood To Go is a portable rain hood attached to a small, lightweight vest that can be worn under any jacket, allowing you to stay dry and protect yourself from the elements. It comes in a convenient pouch that can fit in your bag, pocket, or glove compartment.

  • Materials: 100% water resistant microfiber
  • Care: Machine washable: cold with like colors and tumble dry low
  • Iron on low heat if needed
  • One size fits most
  • Available in black only
  • Handy purse pouch included
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions (in packaging): 6" x 4" x 1"
  • Weight: 0.4 lb.

87 Reviews (4.2 out of 5 Grommets)

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Perfect Hood

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Perfect for my jackets without hoods, especially my wool coat. The vest fits perfectly on my 5'3" Large frame and the hood is a perfect fit for my 63/4" cranium with a little room to spare. Nicely made, durable material. I love it.More > < Less

5

Super useful

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Gave them to my wife and all my daughters
Big thank you's...

5

Robin Would Be Proud

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Easy to use, great materials, lightweight, portable.

Perfect.

5

Love it!

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Love it!

5

good idea

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Now I won't always have to buy a winter and spring coat with a hood. Great idea!

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Hood To Go - Portable Rain Hood

About Hood To Go

Take cover

Rain happens, but that’s no reason to get yourself in a frizzy tizzy. Just put on your Hood To Go and brave the elements without compromising your plans. This water-resistant rain hood is attached to a small, lightweight vest designed to fit under any jacket to protect you from passing showers. It's as good for your commute as it is for your outdoor exercise routine.

No need to tote an umbrella or wear bulky rain gear just because the sky looks gray. Simply stow this modern day rain bonnet in your pocket or purse and you’ll be ready for Mother Nature’s unpredictability on a moment’s notice.

Growing up in Portland, Oregon, Hood To Go founder, Susan Hammel, was no stranger to unexpected changes in the weather. If she had worn a raincoat every time the forecast called for a chance of showers, her mood would have been as gloomy as the weather. Now when it starts to sprinkle, Susan reaches for her Hood To Go and her hair (not to mention her outfit) is no worse for the wear.