Nothing reminds us of our childhood quite like the rain poncho. Dressed in a basic slip-over-the-head sheet of plastic, we were often sent on our way draped in a yellow plastic sheet. For the most part, the rain poncho has undergone a few changes and has seen some creativeness to its once simple design.
This essential concept of the... rain poncho is still the heart of what makes it such a great clothing asset. Its straightforward design keeps it easy and uncomplicated to use in a hurry. Rain ponchos of today have been designed in a variety of fabrics that have the wearer enjoying its waterproof, breathable and flexible qualities.
The material has also changed. Instead of being PVC, quality rain ponchos are now designed from mature, advanced materials such as vinyl and nylon that move as we move, do not stiffen in cool weather and yet, remain waterproof in the heaviest of rain.
Available in a variety of styles and colors, you can enjoy choosing from a few practical versions. Although the basic rain poncho remains a popular favorite, there is also the reversible rain poncho. While one side of this style of poncho is usually a tamer, neutral colour, the other side is normally a brighter, more noticeable colour for times when you need additional visible protection. (Learn More About Rain Ponchos)(See less)
Rothco: Waterproof Vinyl Navy Poncho 3682 NVY
$4.00 3 Reviews 2
Rothco: Olive Vinyl Waterproof Poncho 3682 OD
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Rothco Ponchos: Reversible Rubberized Green/ Yellow Nylon Rain Poncho 3624
$26.00 1 Review 13
Rothco Ponchos: Unisex Yellow 3682 Heat Sealed Hooded Vinyl Poncho
$4.00 1 Review 2
Rothco Rainwear: Black Vinyl Heat-Sealed Hooded Rain Poncho 3682
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