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Equinox Nylon Poncho w/ Extension Rain Gear

Made from extremely water repellent 1.9 ounce urethane coated rip-stop nylon, the full-cut Equinox Nylon Poncho w/ Extension includes an additional 14 inches of coverage in the back of the poncho to allow for backpack protection!

Equinox
Nylon Poncho w/ Extension

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Equinox Nylon Poncho Rain Gear

Made from extremely water repellent 1.9 ounce urethane coated rip-stop nylon, the Equinox Nylon Poncho is cut longer than regular ponchos to ensure that knees and legs stay dry too! A comfortably-sized hood draws snug for further protection.

Equinox
Nylon Poncho

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  • Price: $34.50
Equinox Youth Poncho Rain Gear

Made from extremely water-repellent 1.9 ounce urethane coated rip-stop nylon, the Equinox Youth Poncho is perfectly suited for outdoor use by large children or small adults. A 38-inch length from the shoulder to the bottom provides full protection.

Equinox
Youth Poncho

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  • Price: $29.95
Adventure Medical Kits SOL Survival Poncho

New for 2014! Weighing just 2.3 ounces and packing down into a compact nylon pouch with a mini-carabiner clip, the Adventure Medical Kits SOL Survival Poncho is 90% heat-reflective and easy to carry on your next adventure.

Adventure Medical Kits
SOL Survival Poncho

  • Price: $12.95
Sierra Designs Storm Poncho

Doubling as a waterproof rain jacket and an emergency shelter, the Sierra Designs Storm Poncho is ideal for ounce-counting backpackers. For the less adventurous, the Storm Poncho is an excellent emergency-preparedness piece for your pack or glove box.

Sierra Designs
Storm Poncho

  • Waterproof and versatile
  • Price: $39.94
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