Stay dry at a festival, a day at the footy, or your backpacking adventure with some help from the Ultra-Sil Nano Poncho from Sea to Summit.
This poncho is made from 15D Ultra-Sil Nano fabric, which is strong, lightweight and water-resistant. It features double-stitched and taped seams and when you’re wearing it, the press studs allow you to close in the sides. The three-panel peak hood keeps a drizzle off your face and the long back panel will cover your pack.
Keep dry yet ventilated in humid conditions with the Ultra-Sil Nano Poncho from Sea to Summit.
Lightweight and waterproof 15D Ultra-Sil Nano fabric
Waterproof taped and double stitched seams
Press studs for closing sides when in use
Ergonomic three-panel hood
Long back panel for use with a backpack
140W x 118H cm (plus Hood)
13L x 7W x 7H cm
15D Ultra−Sil® Nano Fabric | Siliconised Nylon Fibres for Improved Water Repellency
Coverage compared to tarp/poncho? 1 answer
Is the coverage of this about the same (with a pack on) as the tarp/poncho? Also, does it open out so it could be used as a groundsheet in a pinch?
Jill - Hervey Bay(3 years ago)
Not quite, the Tarp/Poncho is a touch wider and is approximately 40-50cm longer overall. Whilst you could technically use the Sea to Summit Ultra Sil Nano Poncho as a groundsheet, it's definitely not designed for it. In a pinch you'd be ok, but definitely not a regular thing. The fabric is tough but would last as long with constant abrasion. Hope that helps.
Lauren - Snowys(3 years ago)
Cover large pack?1 answer
Would this poncho adequately cover a large pack (eg 85ltr)?
Kev - Winmalee(5 years ago)
I've used my Poncho-Tarp over my 65L pack and it worked fine so I'd think it would still provide an adequate cover over a larger pack.