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Rain Poncho

$49.00 $39.00

Go for a bike ride rain or shine! The Hamax poncho protects against rain and the wind, ensuring your child stays dry and comfortable at all times – yet the waterproof and windproof nylon material remains breathable. Specially designed to fit snugly and securely around your child and Hamax bike seat, the poncho leaves no gaps for drips or drafts.  Equipped with a large hood that accommodates a helmet, your child can stay safe while staying warm and dry. The attached pouch with handle allows for easy compact storage and transport. Fits Hamax Caress and Zenith model rear child bike seats.

  • Ensures your child stays dry and comfortable no matter the weather
  • Waterproof and windproof red nylon cover remains breathable
  • Fits entirely around your child and Hamax bike seat so there’s no gaps
  • Extra-large hood accommodates the bike helmet
  • Attached pouch for compact storage of the poncho when not in-use
SKU: HAM590002 Category:

Product Description

Go for a bike ride rain or shine! The Hamax Rain poncho protects against rain and the wind, ensuring your child stays dry and comfortable at all times – yet the waterproof and windproof nylon material remains breathable. Specially designed to fit snugly and securely around your child and Hamax bike seat, the poncho leaves no gaps for drips or drafts.  Equipped with a large hood that accommodates a helmet, your child can stay safe while staying warm and dry. The attached pouch with handle allows for easy compact storage and transport. Fits Hamax Caress and Zenith model rear child bike seats.

  • Ensures your child stays dry and comfortable no matter the weather
  • Waterproof and windproof red nylon cover remains breathable
  • Fits entirely around your child and Hamax bike seat so there are no gaps
  • Extra-large hood accommodates the bike helmet
  • Attached pouch for compact storage of the poncho when not in use

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