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Pre-Made Wintercape

Pre-Made Wintercape


 


Product Code:
P302-P305


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Our Wintercapes are made with breathable waterproof Ultrex™ nylon outer layer and the inner lining is made of genuine Polartec™, patented to trap body heat, while it whisks moisture away. We offer the only winter capes on the internet with genuine Polartec™ lining and genuine waterproof breathable outers.

Our prices are quite reasonable when you consider the 3 1/2 to 4 yards each of the two expensive fabrics used, which are not found in fabric stores.

No arm insertion needed just lower and zip up. It has a 22" long front zipper for ease of entry, hood, and a shorter back. The cape back extends behind the chair and keeps backpacks dry and wind out.

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Care

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 after 40 minutes 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.

Wintercape & Raincape Size Chart
Size Approx Weight Approx Age Front Length Front Width Back Length
Toddler
35 lbs
2-3
26"
26"
12"
Extra Small
45 lbs
4-5
29"
34"
15"
Child
50-80 lbs
6-11
31"
37"
21"
Teen
85-120 lbs
15 to adult
35"
50"
24"
Adult
125-185 lbs
most adults
40"
52"
30"
XL
190-250 lbs
adults 6-ft tall
43"
54"
33"


Questions asked by our customers:

How is the cape “anchored” when it’s windy outside, so it does not fly about? Also, how warm is it, that is, how low can the temperature be and still keep one warm?

Anchoring: We don’t have the ability to anticipate where anchors would go on different chairs. We ask the customer to purchase 3-4 velcro D ring straps at a hardware store and sew them on the cape where there is a bar to wrap the strap around. There are not too many places where the cape lined with Polartec™ will fly up- Chicago, San Francisco, and places close to water or to Canada. The problem with anchoring the cape is that the person will have to bend down to their feet to open the strap, possibly losing their balance, and it will make noise in the washing machine and dryer. If you have a large laundry sink, that would be better than listening to the clicks of the D ring in the washer. I don’t wash my capes very often. I spot clean them, and I take them out of the dryer after 20 minutes and hang them. You could also buy magnets and mount them on the cape and on the metal bars of the chair. The magnets will drive you crazy, as will curtain weights sewn into the lining. There is a drawback to every anchoring system, unfortunately. I used to open an oval in the back overlap for the headrest support bar, until I braked suddenly, and my son got the zipper head pushed into his throat-the cape was anchored to his chair, not able to move forward, as he was.

Temperature: How low the temperature can be while still keeping the person comfortable depends on how much body heat the person produces. Genuine Polartec is rated for low temperatures, but some people don’t produce much body heat. We recommend that in bitter climates, or with a person around 100 pounds, people order a Polartec™ wrap to put under the cape. The wrap with the cape makes a double layer of Polartec™, which should go to below 0 degrees fahrenheit, if the person puts the cape on 10 minutes before going out and lets the body heat up. The wrap is excellent alone for spring and fall. My son wears his every day. In the morning it’s 40 degrees, but in the afternoon it’s 80 degrees, so the wrap comes home draped over his backpack. The winter cape is too bulky to do that. The wrap washes beautifully, and goes everywhere with him.