The Wallrest was born to protect players and spectators at soccer games...but as it has grown up, we've found it's pretty darn useful for some of the other curveballs Mother Nature throws at us.
1. Picnic Blanket
Have you ever sat on the ground that looked dry, just to discover about 30 seconds later that it wasn't? We've been there. If you are at an event where you can't take a chair or are out for a picnic, having a Wallrest to sit on is a great way to ensure you don't get your butt soaked while sitting on the ground!
2. Waterproof Storage Bag
Even the carrying bag for your Wallrest is waterproof! If you have a change of clothes for your athlete or a purse that you need to stay dry, you can always put those things in the Wallrest storage bag. (Be sure to pull the drawstring tight though!)
3. Portable Changing Room
For those of us who have not mastered the art of the towel-change, the Wallrest is a great way to keep yourself hidden while making a quick wardrobe change! It's especially great for getting ready to go rafting, surfing or out on the boat. Even if you're a towel-change pro, you're not going to beat how warm and cozy the Wallrest is to wear after getting out of your wetsuit!
4. Shopping Bag Protector
Have you ever tried to hold an umbrella while your hands are full of shopping bags? We've done the 'chin-shoulder-balancing-act' while trying to stay dry while carrying bags in both hands. All it takes is one gust of wind and the umbrella is gone and the stuff you're carrying is soaked! The Wallrest is big enough to keep you completely covered while also allowing you to carry all of your bags underneath the waterproof material
If you've never experienced the practicality and versatility of the Wallrest, you don't know what you're missing out on!
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“I remember the ball being kicked and just bouncing all over the place. The ground was totally frozen,” he laughs. When halftime was finally called, a dozen 8-year-olds bolted for the bench to fight over the sole cover available: someone’s grandmother’s moth-eaten blanket. “It wasn’t warm, and it definitely wasn’t big enough for all of us.”
He wishes he’d had a Wallrest.