Equinox Ultralight Poncho

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Versatility is the name of the game when it comes to Equinox's Backpacker Poncho. This poncho can be used as a tarp or backpack cover, depending on your needs. Which ever way you choose to use the Backpacker Poncho, you're sure to stay dry. PRODUCT FEATURES: Corner grommets allow for a makeshift tarp Back panel extension fastens up or down to fit over a full sized pack Hood has a reinforced bill with drawstrings and cordlock Includes a sewn in pocket for a built-in stuff sack Made of 1.9 oz. coated taffeta nylon

- Appalachian Outdoors

Cut even larger than our standard ponchos for additional coverage and versatility. Reinforced, rust-resistant snaps form openings and secure the sides. The hood cinches closed and the four corners have durable nylon loops for tie downs for conversion to a shelter. Made from 1.1 oz silicone impregnated ripstop nylon. Packaged in a mesh bag. Size: Regular- 58"x90" (7oz), Extension: up to 104", (9.6oz). Made in USA.

- Altrec Outdoors

Cut even larger than a standard poncho for additional coverage and versitility. Reinforced , rust-resistant snaps form wrist openings secure sides. Top cinches closed and four corners have durable nylon loops for tie downs for conversion to a shelter. Made from 1.1 oz. ripstop nylon. Assorted Colors. Manufactured by Equinox in the USA. Sizes: Standard: 58" x 90" Weight: 7.0oz (UBG255) Extension: to 104" Weight: 9.6oz. (UBG275)

- Vargo Outdoors

Size: 58" x 90" Wt. 8oz.1.3 oz. silicone impregnated ripstop nylon is extremely waterproof, compactible and lightweight. Cut larger to double as a shelter. Drawcord on the formed hood. Durable nylon web loops in the corners can be used for tie downs. Reinforced rust-resistant snaps form wrist openings and secure sides. Poncho comes with mesh storage bag. Made in USA. (Note! For complete waterproofness, seal seams with Silnet).

- Campmor