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- Full cut for maximum protection
- Lightweight EFA fabric for better wear
- Pullover design with side snaps
- Built in hood to keep your head dry
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- Product Dimensions: 9.7 x 6.5 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Origin: China
- ASIN: B000XJU2OC
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 19, 2007
- Average Customer Review:
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Another big thing to me is that I can put it on and off over my head without having to take my glasses off. The neck hole is big enough!
These fit us all pretty well, despite our differences in shapes, heights and weights and they lasted for the climb to the tallest natural point in PA (Mt Davis)--which was on a 40F degree, wind-whipped, very rainy day. We were wearing backpacks with these on over top of our windbreakers, and despite the rugged and steep climb up and the many trees and branches poking out at us while on the trail, we did not tear or rip them. we did only use them that day, however as the other two days we had dry weather.
These had snaps up each side, and slipped on over your head. The thickness of the synthetic/plastic material was not too thick or bulky, and these ponchos have no inner lining or layer. They might be hot when wearing other jackets or clothes underneath; on a hot day, I'd imagine these would get uncomfortable pretty quickly. You'd feel like you were wearing plastic wrap, maybe. But with the snaps at the sides, you could open those up for more comfort. The poncho's hood is not long enough for everyone. My husband's was a bit too small for him (he has a ling neck and a large nugget for a head), so he put his hat on, instead.
My husband's poncho did not completely cover his entre arm--but they definitely covered almost to the wrist. For me and my son they were perhaps a touch too long, covering to the end of his fingertips and to halfway between wrist and fingers, on me. Each was the same size, but due to our differing sizes, they fit each of us differently.
They were pretty hard to refold and then get back into their zippered bags after they had dried, but we did manage it with no damage to the ponchos or bags. We will reuse them on the annual camping trip we take with the neighbors, and if they hold up, my son can use his if he goes to a baseball game with his dad.