Wheelchair Sleeved Poncho
Particularly suited to wheelchair and scooter users, the poncho keeps the user covered, warm and dry in poor weather. There is a strong zip along the length of the poncho to make it easy to get into and out of.
Wheelchair Sleeved Poncho is particularly suited to wheelchair and scooter users, the poncho keeps the user covered, warm, and dry in poor weather. There is a strong zip along the length of the poncho to make it easy to get into and out of. The Splash Wheelchair Poncho allows for ample movement around the arms and the snugly gripping cuffs on the sleeved version provide added comfort and defence from the elements ensuring you stay warm and dry when raining or snowing. The poncho has reflective tape on the sleeves and across the back for further security when the light is poor.
The Wheelchair Poncho simply slips over your head and provides quick and practical protection from showers and wind. The poncho is fully waterproof and has slots at the rear of the garment for pushing handles. Convenient pop-fastened ties at the bottom of the cape allow you to fix it to struts and prevent the poncho from billowing out. Available in one universal size. There is also an attached hood. This is a great wet weather wear poncho and can be used on both your scooter or wheelchair.
The Wheelchair Poncho is also available in a sleeveless version
Benefits of the Wheelchair Sleeved Poncho
- Suitable for wheelchair and scooter users
- Ideal for use in adverse weather
- Full-length zip
- Wide arms for ease of movement
- Cuffs (on the sleeved version) for comfort and extra protection
- Reflective tape for safety on both the sleeves and rear for safety
- Fully waterproof
- Gaps at the back for pushing handles
- Ties at the bottom to secure
Specification and Sizes
- 1 x Poncho for Scooters or Wheelchairs
- Size: Universal
- Design Options: Lined or Unlined | Sleeved or Unsleeved
Colour Option: Navy Blue
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