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RainScarf: Perfect for Harsh Winds and the Occasional Downpour

by Hazel Chua
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Scarves keep you all snug and bundled up when the winds are a-blowing, but what about when it rains? You can wrap it around and over your head, but you’ll still get soaked through. That is, unless you have a RainScarf.

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First and foremost, the RainScarf is a scarf. But when it rains, you can also quickly transform it into a hoodie of sorts. Just remove it from your neck and flip it inside out from either end. And voilà!

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You’ve got a hoodie you can wear and something waterproof to cover yourself with while you run to find some shelter.

The RainScarf is available in pink gem and slate gray, so there’s one for the girls and one for the guys (but remember: real men wear pink.) It’s currently up for funding on Kickstarter through November 8th, where a minimum pledge of $24(USD) will get you one of your very own.

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