Please note: This cape is not recommended for wheelchair users.
After many requests for a waterproof cape for ambulatory people, we are proud to announce the Stadium Cape. The stadium cape is a warm, durable, sleeveless coat for inclement weather that fits walkers at least 5’ 3”. The Stadium Cape is also made with genuine Polartec™ fleece under a waterproof nylon outer. Many colors available to match your favorite sports teams. The third color is a sporty white shoulder strip.
People who have trouble getting a coat on, bicyclists, have had post upper body surgery, or people who enjoy stadium events in cold wet weather, will appreciate the stadium cape. It is 39” front and back and 54” wide, with a solid color front, back and hood, a brighter shoulder color, and a white accent across each shoulder for a sporty look. Front pockets hold keys, money, or tickets. A grab loop at each wrist keeps the cape close to the body. The bright colors make for great visibility on city streets.
Must be 5’ 3” or taller and ambulatory. The hood fits a larger head 22-24” without blowing off. The hood keeps sleet and rain out of the eyes. Smaller heads should fold the front of the hood back while in motion. A 22” front zipper makes easy on and off. The seated back covers the back thigh and to mid calf in front.
Custom sewn and one of a kind. You won't meet anyone else with your identical cape!
Monogramming, Logos, Images (No returns or exchanges if added)
We can add your name, custom logo, or custom image to personalize it even more. For logos and images, please contact us first before you place your order. Once you have contacted us and we can do the logo or image you want, type the name of the logo in the provided text area (for example "bat man logo"). No returns or exchanges if added.
Machine washable on warm. Close the zipper and use a giant mesh wash bag to keep the hood intact. Do not dry clean. Remove from dryer before it dries completely and hang to finish drying. Returnable within 3 weeks of shipping. Individually sewn in the U.S. with U.S. materials. Capes last 10 years if properly cared for.