Hokusai The Great Wave Womens Rain Cape - Rainproof Breathable Rain Poncho
This design features Katsushika Hokusai’s dynamic woodblock print, The Great Wave. This Edo Period masterpiece is the most famous in the artist's series, 36 views of Mount Fuji.
Hidden double-sided magnets* create "sleeves" - no more billowing in windy weather.
Reversible - 2 looks in 1
Hooded design of rain cape keeps you dry in wet weather. Rain rolls right off!
Folds up into matching 8" x 10" travel pouch with snap-on strap for your tote, car, briefcase or travel bag
Generous hood protects from wind and rain, yet is less bulky than a raincoat or jacket (which are often prohibited in museums and galleries).
One size fits most; two shell buttons for adjustable fit.
RainCaper provides complete rain coverage - all the way to the wrist! 23" shoulder to wrist. 30" neckline to back hem, 55" wide.
100% polyester. Machine wash; hang to dry. Weight: 9 oz
*Exclusive to RainCaper - Patent Pending
RainCaper Seek a stylish raincoat alternative? Art aficionados already know that most museums prohibit bulky raincoats, slickers and umbrellas, so getting the best waterproof jacket (women or mens) is important when you want to stroll galleries, sightsee and explore museums. Compare the best rain jackets for travel when you shop – better than a rain poncho for women with hood, a RainCaper from the Fine Art Collection is a sophisticated wardrobe solution that is more than an ordinary rain jacket or rain poncho. When comparing rain coats for women, know that RainCaper is hooded and can act as a windbreaker as well as a rain poncho and a travel cape.