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Rab SilPoncho

Ultralight silicone impregnated 30D ripstop nylon
Weighs 232g
Code: SS16A1177
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The SilPoncho is an ultralight multipurpose poncho that can be used as a tarp, bivy, pack or sleeping bag cover.

Rab says:

A poncho, tarp, and pack cover all in one.

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Rab's SilPoncho is an ultralight and versatile poncho. If you're needing to keep your kit and weight to a minimum, this little poncho will be a huge lifesaver. It packs down smaller than a Nalgene bottle and weighs a lot less than carrying an individual poncho, tarp and pack cover!

- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear

  • Multipurpose poncho can be used as a tarp, bivy, pack or sleeping bag cover
  • Ultralight silicone impregnated 30D ripstop nylon is water proof and incredibly strong
  • Shock cord at bottom edge allows the poncho to be snugged around bottom of pack for security in wind
  • Edges are fitted with webbing loops and snap closures to permit multiple set up options
  • Silcoat stuff sack included
  • Weight: 232g + 8g stuff sack
  • Pack size: 8 x 15cm (3 x 6inch)
  • Dimensions: 152cm (W) x 244cm (L) / 5 foot (W) x 8 foot (L)
  • Fabric: Ultralight silicone impregnated 30D ripstop nylon
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Review Summary - 4 out of 5 based on 2 ratings.
December 8, 2017 | Stuart Price
Rab wonder

Honestly, I don’t agree with other reviews that knock this product, in fact I was recently asked by a RAB tech rep what my favourite piece of RAB kit is. I told him it was this. I’ve used it on a late summer Cleveland Way crossing to replace four items in my pack (tarp, waterproof top and pants and a pack cover). Keep it to hand, throw it on if it starts raining, I found it covered my 50 litre pack easily. If it’s not windy it lets the air vent under it to reduce condensation. If it is windy I’ve fitted a mini clip to one of the tie out loops which I simply clip to one of the others in front of me (like a belt). Simply put, it’s amazing.

November 10, 2016 | Tony Hartman
Not that good.

The hood is positioned centrally. This means that it will only cover a day pack to just below my backside, while having heaps of spare material flapping everywhere at the front.There are not enough poppers so I will be adding more, and they are poor quality. This is fine as a tarp but not that good as a poncho. Also the neck is way too tight to get over your head. I wouldn't recommend, unless you just want a tarp.

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