9 commuter essentials to keep you dry on rainy days to and from work
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- It's finally spring and that means the rainy season is about to come for us commuters at full force.
- Make your morning and evening commute easier with products designed for travel and unpredictable weather.
- Below are nine useful items, from wind-proof umbrellas to bike lights, that every commuter needs in order to combat those impending April showers.
Spring has finally arrived and that means it's time for flowers to bloom, temperatures to rise, and birds to start chirping again. During this time of year, we get inspired to do our spring cleaning and home renovations - but that's not all we are gearing up for.As we settle into spring, we brace ourselves for the rainy reason - you know ... April showers bring May flowers. Getting through a month of rain isn't so bad when you're snuggled up in bed, falling asleep to the sound of water dripping on your windowpane. On the other hand, combating April showers while you're running late to work and trying leap through the train doors as they close is its own beast.
Make your life easier by commuting with products that are designed to keep you - and your expensive company-owned laptop - dry during a downpour. You'll need more than just a wind-fighting umbrella to keep you from getting soaked - that's why we've pulled together the best and most practical rain gear and water-resistant products that every commuter should have.
Here are nine products you need for your rainy work commute:
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