Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Tarp-Poncho
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The Ultra-Sil Trap/Poncho from Sea to Summit is a all-in-one raincoat, tarp, pack cover and groundsheet. Ideal for use as a rain poncho with an ergonomic 3-panel hood with a functional and generous brim.
Features:Now made with Ultra-Sil Siliconized Cordura(R)Waterproof seams, double stitched and tape seam sealedGuy attachment points on corners to convert to a shelterSides snap together for additional rain protectionContoured draw cord hood with generous brimPacks down to 3 diameter x 5 (8cm x 13cm) in its UltraSil Cordura(R) stuff sackDimensions: 55" x 102" (140cm x 260cm)Weight: 12.0 oz
- River Sports Outfitters
Sea to Summit Siliconized Cordura Tarp-PonchoThe original all-in-one raincoattarppack covergroundsheet. A super light weight solution for fast packing without a tent. Ideal for use as a rain poncho with an ergonomic 3-panel hood with functional and generous brim. Now made with our super lightweight and waterproof Ultra-Sil fabric, so all seams are factory taped. Designed to fully cover you and your pack in a downpour. Its also ideal for temperate climates when a waterproof jacket would be too sweaty. Makes a great emergency shelter to have along for day trips. The Ultra-Sil Tarp Poncho was just named in the March 2007 Backpacker Gear Guide as the Lightest Solo Tarp.FeaturesNow made with Ultra-Sil Siliconized CorduraWaterproof seams, double stitched and tape seam sealedGuy attachment points on corners to convert to a shelterSides snap together for additional rain protectionContoured draw cord hood with generous brimComes with a super compact, compressible stuff sack of the same Sil Cordura55 x 102 140cm x 260cm12.0 oz
- US Outdoor Store
Sea To Summit's Ultra-Sil Tarp-Poncho fully covers you and your pack in a downpour, both during the hike and when you've stopped for the night. This versatile poncho's guy attachment-points let you convert the poncho into a shelter in case you're traveling without a tent; if you are using a tent, then put this do-everything piece to work as groundsheet.