Sturdy Waterproof Zipper
Full-length zipper made from special sturdy material, taking it on and off easily and smoothly.
Zipper Button Closure
One side pocket, you can put your phone or other small objects into the pocket!
Four snaps each side and a small elastic hoop, windproof and convenient.
Haven’t got a chance to actually use it yet, but I will say it’s vey comfortable and provides good coverage. The zipper was an important feature for me, but I don’t actually this I would utilize it often, because it’s difficult to get up and down, because of the water blocking barrier fabric near it. It does not smell like others I’ve ordered. Overall I’m very happy with it and would recommend.
Is it a rain poncho? Sure. But the typical definition of a “packable” rain jacket, parka or poncho is that it folds into itself. I have a different parka that easily folds into its own front pocket for example. This poncho, on the other hand, comes with a separate case. And also, it doesn’t fit into that case very easily. You pretty much have to fold it perfectly as it came, to get it to fit right.
Cute print. Material doesn't feel plasticy or "crunchy". I like how there are snaps up the sides to keep it closed and a zipper in front.
This poncho is a lot easier (and smells a lot better!) than our old military version. With a full length zipper up the front, it can be put on like a jacket or pulled on over the head, with the zipper affording more room than a fixed size hole. Also has a decent brim on the front of the hood that keeps rain off glasses even without a ball cap. All in all, an easy to use effective way to stay dry in a small package at a good price.
Great material, the arm expansion is great and covers a vast area. I have three. Worth the price.
Very nice fit ! Pleased with my purchase . My only suggestion would be to make cute little pouch a little larger ,it was a little struggle getting it back in travel pouch.
Its been a rainy football season. It was good to stay dry.
Great for emergency rain squalls. It covers my kids and their backpacks as they walk to school or the bus.