• Hooded Waterproof Wrap & Pouch
  • Hooded Waterproof Wrap & Pouch
  • Camel & Light Gray
  • Black & Camel Hooded

RAINRAPS

Hooded Waterproof Wrap & Pouch

$60

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Can be worn as a pashmina or shawl. Fully reversible for two colors in one. Lightweight, hooded, and folds up easily into a purse or suitcase.

  • Materials: 100% polyester
  • Care: Machine washable in cold water, hang to dry
  • One size fits all; comes with hood attached
  • Measurement from the neck to the bottom of the back hem is 25.5"
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 8" x 8"
  • Weight: 0.6 lb.

86 Reviews (4.4 out of 5 Grommets)

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So happy I purchased this!

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Awesome! Lightweight, slightly longer in back so rain doesn't drip on the back of your legs. Roomy enough to wear over a jacket or coat when...More >

5

Handy when you need it.

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A gift to my wife. Very compact, well made, and very handy. She likes it.

5

Great product

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Super light weight.. Brilliant design..no brainier to bring on every trip- just in case!

5

Rain Wrap

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As beautiful as useful-love it!

5

Fabulous!

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It was perfect!! Attractive colors and so packable,you can't even tell it's in your purse! Thank you :)

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RainRaps - Waterproof Wrap

About RAINRAPS

Accessorize for Rainy Skies

Don’t be surprised if you find yourself wishing for rain just so you have an excuse to break out your RainRap. Designed by longtime friends Stacy Struminger and Rachel Teyssier, RainRap is a one-size-fits-all waterproof wrap. It’s the antithesis of a stiff, utilitarian rain slicker. You can wear it like a pashmina or shawl, and it drapes effortlessly. It’s reversible, so you can choose which side to highlight depending on your outfit.

Besides being stylish, RainRaps are practical. The fabric dries quickly, and the wrap folds up small so you can tuck it into a handbag or backpack when the skies
clear. Hooded and classic styles are available in eight color combinations.

Stacy and Rachel came up with the idea for RainRap because they wanted a stylish, waterproof outerwear option for those times when it wasn’t cold or stormy enough for a long raincoat or trench. It’s ideal for dreary days, and it works well with all kinds of outfits so you can stay dry without sacrificing style. A little rain? Bring it on.
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