Still looking for a poncho that roughly goes as low as my knees WHEN wearing an 85 liter backpack that includes a top.
Nowadays virtually all poncho manufactures assume everybody is going (ultra)light and without the top.
Lengthwise this poncho is only marginal better. But still not suitable given my specific criteria. Nothing wrong with the poncho itself though.
Wim Ahlers (the Netherlands)
Seems nice and probably works great but it is super loud so using for hunting may be out
Great Poncho, I keep one in both our vehicles as well as each Backpack!
I've used my poncho through spring, summer and late fall so far and I couldn't be happier with it.
I've used it as rain gear, a wind blocking outer layer, a shelter, and spread out in front of me on a framework of branches as a blind, while bow hunting.
As stated in the description, the poncho is longer than many of the others out there. It comes down lower on my legs, past my boot tops, so it doesn't funnel water into my boots like the other ponchos I've used over the years. And the head hole is big enough that it slides easily over my head without having to fight it. I like the fact that the hood is roomy enough to wear a hat under it, too.
There really isn't anything that I don't like about my Arcturus rain poncho. It keeps me dry, It packs down small, it weighs next to nothing, it's well made and it has held up to use as well, if not better, than other brands I've owned costing more. It's a great product. Great customer service, too.