Poler Reversible Camp Poncho

Aug 2, 2018

Category: Gear

Poler is a trustworthy name in outdoor gear, and they don’t plan on reversing that reputation anytime soon. With their new camp poncho, they’ve taken a useful piece of camping apparel and doubled its dimensions, by making it completely reversible.

Crafted from thermastuff synthetic insulation, which lines both sides for double coverage, the Poler Reversible poncho is made to keep the wearer warm, no matter which side is turned in. Reversal is a simple task thanks to snaps located on the sides, which can also be left open for ultimate arm-spreading. Both the inverted and normal version (though which is which can be left to the imagination) offer a 14″ x 12″ kangaroo pouch pocket, and the poncho hoodie can be tucked in if you want to transform the poncho into a cozy blanket, to enhance your sleeping experience out in the wild.

Purchase: $125

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