Otto Urban Poncho

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Otto Urban Poncho

from 90.00

Lightweight Urban poncho for everyday use with added features for cycling

  • Colours: Vibrant Yellow / Bright Red / Royal Blue / Kombu Green / Slate Grey / Matt Black
  • Sizes: 1 (Small), 2 (Large) and kids
  • Waterproof Oxford Nylon outers for maximum dryness
  • Lightweight cotton lining with inner pocket
  • Two-way waterproof zip
  • Handlebar bar straps for extra protection
  • Reflective piping to provide visibility at night
  • Stud buttons to create sleeve like fit when wearing it off the bike
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The Otto Urban poncho is the perfect length coverall! Not too long, so there's no chance of it getting caught in your front wheel, but not too short, so its long enough to cover the upper body while shielding the legs. It features a waist strap to keep it close to your body when you are riding, and hand straps attached to the inside so that it remains attached to your hands thus keeping your arms dry when you hold onto your handlebars.
It is 100% waterproof and water cannot get through the special two-way zip. Reflective piping runs along the edge of the fabric for additional safety in low light bad weather and at night.

Urban Poncho Care:
We recommend you to wash the Urban ponchos with cold water using a mild detergent. When possible wash locally with damp cloth.


 

About Otto:

Otto is a poncho company based in London.
Otto Lauterbach and Eleonora Perez began their design for a poncho in 2011. Walking or riding a bike, it should look good and be a special piece, let you stay warm and dry. Otto Lauterbach is an artist across multiple platforms, and he has previously worked as a furniture and interior designer. His work has always been recognised as functional art. He also believes riding is the way forward and loves recycling and reusing stuff. Eleonora is an artist who inspires herself by working with plastics, colour and movement. She believes the only way to get anywhere is on her bicycle waving a colourful flag, her poncho.