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THE DIGS CHANGING PONCHO

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THE DIGS CHANGING PONCHO
THE DIGS CHANGING PONCHO
THE DIGS CHANGING PONCHO
THE DIGS CHANGING PONCHO
THE DIGS CHANGING PONCHO
THE DIGS CHANGING PONCHO

THE DIGS CHANGING PONCHO

$79.95
Changing the game for the “game changers”, The Digs Changing Poncho makes disrobing a magic trick.  The perfect accessory to keep you warm on those cold Vancouver Island mornings.
  • One size fits all.
  • Ultra soft and absorbent 100% winter-weight cotton terry.
  • Makes changing in and out of your wetsuit of swimwear easy, comfortable and warm.
  • Internal access dual pocket keeps your hands warm and makes changing a breeze.
  • Double layer camo hood. 
  • Snap front placket with drawcords.
  • Easy change short sleeve design.
  • Model is 5'11 and 170 lbs
  • Chest: 31.5"
  • Length: 44.5" 

Customer Reviews

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M
M.R.
Worth the price!!

The towels and poncho are all amazing! Obviously more pricey than something but CostCo, but that's because of the quality

J
J.S.
Perfect for Triathlon Training!

Love this as I can use it post swim- or wear to the pool instead of bringing a separate towel. Easily can change from bathing/wetsuit to bike gear without a struggle using this for cover. I’m quite small and it is huge on my (bought large) but I love it that way!

A
A.A.
surf snuggy

great quality and weight. easiest way to change in and out of a wetsuit without showing the world what you're made of.

K
K.O.
Love it!

This was actually a present for a buddy. I bought mine a year ago and use it every early morning session. Love it. Peace.

S
S.E.
Ocean beach surfer

I normally do the naked dance on the side of the highway. This poncho is great. Keeps me toasty on cold NorCal mornings and I don’t flash people driving by my car on the side of highway.