Ponchos come in different colors. Very compact. Colors make it easy to spot your family in the rain. Drawstring on the hood. Durable for a disposable poncho. Can be used several times. Works great to keep you dry on water rides at theme parks.
Once open, you won't be able to get this poncho back into its original packaging — so bring another bag to store it in if you want to use again.
Large 50-inch by 40-inch size for adults and 30-inch x 30-inch size for kids. 5 colors. Half adult and half kid sized. Easy to pack for vacation or day use at a theme park, festival, or camping. Colors make people easy to spot in crowds. Covers well.
These ponchos are very thin and will not last longer than one use.
6 color choices. Sized from S to XXL to help get a comfortable fit. Wide sleeves. Zippered front. Has a hood to keep head dry. Roomy enough for several layers underneath. Keeps you dry without overheating you on warm days.
The material on this poncho is very thin. The hood does not have a drawstring.
Large size. A good fit for larger people. Sides snap. Clear plastic. Easy to unfold and put on. Decent quality for the price. Can be taken off and put back on without ripping. Inexpensive enough to dispose after use. Comes folded small for easy transport.
The 50-inch x 40-inch size on this poncho is too bulky for petite people. Not good for kids.
Sleeved arms. Snap front. Drawstring hood helps keep your head dry in the rain. Holds up well for many uses. Can fold up small when not in use. Covers well compared to the poncho style. Buttons are strong.
Not made with a lot of extra room, and not wide enough to cover a backpack.
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If you’re hiking in the rain and want a protective cover for your backpack, a roomy poncho can accommodate you. If you’re spending a day at an amusement park and want “just in case” rain protection that folds down small, a poncho fits nicely in your pocket or purse. When choosing a rain poncho, you’ll first need to decide whether you want a disposable, semi-permanent, or permanent poncho. Disposable and semi-permanent ponchos tend to be monochrome sheets of thin synthetic material; many are sold in low-cost multipacks. Permanent rain ponchos are pricier; these options may sport a fun design, zippers or other hardware, and a fabric that feels more luxurious than basic plastic.