Want to cycle to work but the weather has other ideas? Introducing the Raynsie waterproof onesie

A new fully waterproof “onesie” has launched, making its debut to crowds at the newly acquired Spin Cycling Festival.

Dubbed the Raynsie, the Amsterdam-based creators behind the garment are now seeking a network of bike dealers and potentially even overseas distributors. raynsie

Made with 2.5L waterproof ripstop nylon that’s certified by the Oeko-Tek Standard 100, each suit weighs about 500 grams and builds in taped seams, two-way stretch fabric, tapered legs and adjustable velcro cuffs, as well as YKK Aquaguard zippers. When you’re done, the whole package rolls into its own reversible pocket with sewn in carabiner to allow the rider to clip onto their bag or bike. A storm proofed adjustable hood with front and rear drawstrings completes the package.

Made by China’s KTC, the garment falls under the Fair Wear Foundation guidelines.

See more over at raynsie.com