Outback Trading Packable Australian Drover

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Product Summary:

Outback Trading Oilskin Packable Poncho
 
In rugged waterproof cotton, the Outback Trading Oilskin Packable Poncho really stands up to the elements. Designed with practical features learned from years in the outdoor outfitting business, you’ll barely believe something so convenient could be so functional.  
 
Features:
  • Breathable 8 oz oilskin
  • Provides total coverage for maximum rain protection
  • Large gusset V-neck with zipper closure
  • Substantial hood with lockable shock cord
  • Snapped side openings (four snaps per side)
  • Front pouch zips closed to keep essentials dry and close at hand
  • Easy to clean and maintain waterproofing  
Item Specifications:
 
Size:
Adult One Size Fits Most Length: 40"
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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Awesome! This is the greatest riding rain gear I have ever owned. It keeps you, your saddle nice and dry. Even in downpour. The coverage of the arms is a little short for a guy like me, I'm six foot tall and holding the reins it's about 2 inches short from covering the back of my hands. Everybody that sees me wearing it thinks it looks great and wants one. It folds up nice or can be roll up and store it behind the saddle cantle. the brown color makes it look like it is part of my saddle .It has a nice sippered pouch with a flap to store items to keep them dry as well accessable while riding. When riding it covers all the way down past my knees and keeps my legs dry. The horses were frightened by the sight of me walking out in the pasture after them but quickly over came their fear. Now my horse actually like to come up behind me and grab the swing back tails of the poncho and try to pull me around. It's a game we play. Sometimes when walking I grab his tail and while he pulls me up a hill of through mud. Best riding rainwear I have ever bought, well worth the money I spent. December 2, 2011
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