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Fox Ripstop Poncho
Item#  26135
Fox Ripstop Poncho

Fox Ripstop Poncho

Fox Ripstop Poncho

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Price: $17.99 - $18.99
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Black Olive Drab Three-Color Desert Camo Woodland Camo
Digital Woodland Camo ACUPAT

Fox Ripstop Poncho

  • Made of ripstop polyurethane coated, waterproof material
  • Built-in hood with drawstring
  • Stuff bag with drawstring closure
  • DIMENSIONS: 57.00" x 88.00"
  • SIZE: One size fits most

    COLORS: 3-Color Desert Camo, ACUPAT, Black, Digital Woodland Camo, Olive Drab or Woodland Camo

    Weight: 2 lbs.


    Save your money, wore mine to a football game was completely soaked in 10 minutes.
    Don king - January 6, 2011
    Leaks Like a Seive!

    I had to pretend to rate this crappy item with a high rating because in my firat ad, when I had selected 0.5 stars, it didn't post. Anyway, the seams are not sealed. I went to school in a rainstorm using the poncho, thinking that my backpack would stay dry. Definitely not! It leaked like a seive! Not worth the postage to return, so I tossed the crappy thing and went to an army/navy store and got the real thing!
    Fabian Gadomski - March 4, 2009
    Ripstop Poncho

    Not as good as what I was issued back in '87. Doesn't seem as large and is definitely not as thick. I bought two and when snapping them together then unsnapping them, one of the grommets popped off. In my opinion, see if you can find the original, bulletproof OD one. A bit heavier but I never got wet when my hooch was made with one.
    Tyrone J. Lowry - October 16, 2008
    Mixed Review (consider the price for it)

    I bought this poncho to help round out my kit for some summer training. I have several issues with this poncho. First, it is not as large as the issue poncho. Second, it does not have the same number of grommets as the issue poncho. It is missing grommets on centered on both ends of the long axis (the two most important grommets for shelter making, especially if you are using bungee cords). All of this means that it is practically useless for making a poncho shelter. I ended up buying an issue poncho for that use. That said, I did take this poncho out to the field with me. Since it is small, I packed it in my Camelbak MULE's top pouch. It fit in there just fine (especially since it came with the small stuff sack). I ended up using it quite a bit since during the typical afternoon thunder storms that New York has been experiencing this summer. For quick storms, this poncho worked just fine. I would simply recommend not snapping together the button nearest the arm on both sides so that you have enough room to get you arms through it. I found the head opening and hood to be large enough. This poncho did go through a significant 45 minute long down pour, and I must say that this poncho was not up to the task. It soaked through at about the 20 minute mark. It did keep shedding water for the most part, but water was soaking through. The waterproofing just is not as good as the issue poncho. This soaking through and its relative ineffectiveness as anything but an emergency shelter is why it gets only 2.5 stars.
    Pete Rayls - August 17, 2008

    I'm 6'1 and although the poncho's material performs well, I did find it a little on the small side. My lower arms got wet because there isn't enough material. I wondered if the poncho had been designed for gnomes, or small folk.
    Ian deMontfort-Park - July 7, 2008
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