Snugpak Poncho Liner

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  • $32.59
  • Regular price $49.00
  • Will ship in 3 - 13 days. In Stock

This Snugpak Poncho Liner is not your fathers, or Grandfathers, Poncho Liner. Unlike the older square shaped style Poncho Liner many have come to know the Snugpak Poncho Liner has a dedicated hood with draw cord as well as dedicated sleeves. No more cold chills when lifting up your arms while wearing a Poncho. The other great news is the Snugpak Poncho Liner is compatible with pretty much any poncho on the market, though it does work best with Snugpak's Enhanced Poncho. Why you ask? Well is is simply because the Snugpak Enhanced Poncho too has dedicated sleeves and because of this fact the Poncho Liner acts like a jacket liner to insulate and improve the performance when needed, or desired.

  • Temperature Rating: 45°F / 36°F (7°C / 2°C)
  • Pack Size: 6" x 7" (fully compressed
  • Antibacterial and antimicrobial treatment that discourages the growth of bacteria
  • Can be used either by itself or as a blanket style pullover
  • Incredibly lightweight and water-repellent
  • Dedicated Sleeves
  • Can be combined with Snugpak‚„s Patrol Poncho
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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Best liner for the price!

Snugpak has been hit or miss with me, couldn't live without my cocoon. Jungle bag and jungle blankets, both regular and xl really were a disappointment, however the poncho liner is a steal for the price and quality, works great for layering as a long jacket over my coat, fits great and I'm a REALLY big guy (around) 5'7" and 290lbs. I can also use it as a nice blanket and it pairs well with my snugpak poncho. Despite the negative reviews on getting it back in it's bag, I've found that folding it then rolling it up tightly makes it quite easy to pack back in the bag.



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