Cleverhood, Providence, RI-based renowned manufacturer of rain capes have added a new product to its bike-ready and waterproof rain capes collection. Christened Rovers, the new product is designed to be your trusted companion on a rainy day. Also, as commuting on bikes has increased considerably after the COVID-19 pandemic, Rovers seems to be a very good option for the riders.
The Rover Cape from Cleverhood is made using 100% poly fabric that comes with a high-performance and waterproof inner membrane. Moreover, it is PVC –free and is also BLUESIGN compliant. The seam-sealed outerwear comes with a 3-way adjustable hood and a robust YKK black zipper. It covers your whole body while biking and also adds to your fashion statement when you are walking. Furthermore, strong elastic loops are also provided that keep the Cape secure while biking.
Susan Mocarski, founding owner of Cleverhood stated; “As the coronavirus pandemic limits travel, pastime and health club options, people are walking and biking more. Cities are opening streets to pedestrians, cyclists and open-air dining. We’ve seen a 177% increase in sales, which correlates with the boom in bike sales and people’s new appreciation for their local environment, and healthy coping mechanisms. Rain or shine, it’s good to get out when the opportunity presents itself. We’ve designed the Rover Cape to extend life’s opportunities.”
The Rover Rain Cape from Cleverhood weighs 220 grams only and is very easy to pack. It features reflective 3M accents to offer extra safety during dark and rainy nights. The Rover Cape is offered in 3 sizes and will be available in 6 vibrant colors. The rainwear is priced at $99. In support of sustainable transportation, 5% of Rover Rain Cape sales will be donated to the Cleverhood Fund. Well, good for our planet!
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