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- 100% Polyester
- Zipper closure
- 100% Polyester
- Strong waterproof backing with heat sealed seams,waterproof,quick drying and breathable
- Full length sturdy zipper,zippered pocket,adjustable hood,and elasticized cuffs
- Wipe with cloth, natural air drying
- Color matched storage pouch
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Model Size Information: Hight---5'9'' (174cm); Weight---114.64 lbs (52kg)
- Department : Womens
- Date First Available : May 11, 2017
- ASIN : B06XBXSLXK
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The best way to describe this poncho is that it is made of the same fabric used to make umbrellas. That should give you a good idea what to expect. It is NOT plastic. Part of its repellency comes from the very tight weave of the fabric. Water can't get through. Just like an umbrella, you don't need to worry about waterproofing it down the road, because it won't need it. It is very supple, and the water just rolls off. It is easy to fold up and put back into the carrying pouch. There are four snaps down each side to create a kind of "arm", and a small elastic hoop at the end of each arm that I can only assume is to hook around your finger/thumb to hold the arm in place. There have been complaints that I've read that the arm isn't long enough, but I find that to just be the nature of a poncho. The hood does have an elastic drawstring, and there are spring-loaded stoppers at each end to prevent the elastic from retracting into the hood, as well as to tighten it around your head. The zipper installation is quite clever, as it has been sewn in--for lack of a better description--backwards. The zipper teeth are facing your body, and the zipper tape faces outward which creates a water barrier of sorts. This is probably only something that a seamstress would notice, but it's a nice feature. As a backup, there is a placket sewn behind the zipper to prevent leakage. There is also one medium-sized zippered pocket. The carrying pouch comes with a plastic carabiner for hooking onto things, but it appears fairly flimsy, and I don't think it will hold up. I plan to replace mine with a sturdier metal one.
It is definitely plenty roomy...I can put it on over my backpack purse, and everything stays dry. I think this was probably one of my better purchases.
It comes with a storage pouch that clipped on my purse and was always easy to stuff my poncho in when I wasn't wearing it.
I also love the zip up the front feature. It made it easy to get on and off. Also it felt flowy and somewhat stylish for a rain poncho. I'm glad I purchased it and look forward to using it more.
I paid full price and did not receive compensation for my review. If this helps you decide on your purchase please give me a helpful vote below.
It fits pretty good. I'm 5'7 and its not too big, but big enough for a backpack or bag to fit comfortably. It comes a little past my knees in the front and in the middle of my knee in the back. The material is more like an umbrella. It has a zip up enclosure with a small pocket. It has a cord to pull the hood close. I took a piece of cloth and put the poncho over it, then poured water on it. The water didn't penetrate and the cloth was dry. There are 3 snaps on each arm and it comes all the way down your arm. It also comes with a small bag to store. There was no smell.
Overall I think I got a good purchase. The true test is when it rains, how effective is it and will I get soaked. I will update if we have any rain episodes. I'm hoping it holds up.
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1. The ends of the front zipper were sewn in with no attention to comfort - so I had these sharp-edged plastic corners scraping on my chin!
DIY solution: I sewed them flat down, and now it's comfortable.
2. The hood will comfortably accommodate a bicycle helmet or your bee-hive hair-do :-), but in all other situations it slips down to your nose and leaves you blind.
DIY solution: I glued two nickel sized pieces of velcro to the back of the hood, one just above the neck, one about 2 inches higher, so when I stick them together there is a 2-inch fold hanging over the neck that makes the hood fit much better.
3. Especially the dark models should really have some reflective strips somewhere
DIY solution: I sewed a couple of strips of soft reflective fabric that I salvaged from an old paramedic jacket around the hems front and back
4. And yes, the arms are a little short - I'm only 158cm tall, so for me it's ok (and I keep my arms inside while I walk anyway), but if you're tall you may find that a problem.
Finally, thanks to whoever commented that it's hard to get back in the bag! With that comment in mind I took care to inspected how it was folded when I first unpacked it - so now I do it the same way and don't find it a problem at all.
It is plenty big enough probably big enough for size 28+ to be honest. It will cover my knees when on the scooter, it was raining today so I went outside to test it and it kept me dry, perfect. Hood is plenty big enough too.