BEST USE: Dual rain protection and pack cover
DIMENSIONS: 55 x 46 in | 140 x 118 cm
PACKED SIZE: 2.5 x 5.25 in | 6.5 x 13.5 cm
WEIGHT: 5.2 oz | 145g
Shipping & Returns
We use climate-neutral shipping with DHL GoGreen.
For orders with a value below 75€ we charge a shipping fee of 4,95€. We do not charge shipping fees for orders with a value over 75€.
All orders received by 12:00 noon on weekdays are usually shipped the same day. Later orders are usually dispatched the following working day.
Delivery time can take up to three working days Germany-wide and up to four working days for orders outside of Germany, and depends on the shipping service provider.
All orders can be returned within 14 days of purchase. However, for the sake of the environment, please make sure to keep returns as low as possible.
The Ultra-Sil Nano Poncho was designed to cover you and your backpack while retaining a tiny packed size and remaining extremely light. Made with our 15D Ultra-Sil Nano fabric with fully taped seams, this poncho is ideal for use in hot climates where a regular raincoat just won't offer enough ventilation.
- Waterproof 15D Ultra-Sil Nano fabric
- Long back panel for use with a backpack
- Fully taped seams
- Packs into its own stuff sack
One of the lightest coated fabrics that Sea to Summit manufactures, the 15 Denier Ultra-Sil is a siliconized nylon fabric with a polyurethane (PU) inner coating for mild waterproofing. This ultralight fabric has a 1,200mm hydrostatic head.
The Ultra-Sil Nano Poncho and the Ultra-Sil Tarp Poncho are PFC free.
The Nylon Tarp Poncho has a DWR impregnation until 2022, but will be completely PFC free from 2023.
Best UseDual rain protection and pack cover
Comes WithStuff Sack
Material(s)15D Ultra-Sil Nano fabric
Frequently Asked questions
Can this poncho be used as a tarp?
No. For this usage, choose the UltraSil Nano Tarp Poncho
Is the nylon fabric 'breathable'?
No. But a poncho has far more ventilation than a rain jacket; condensation is rarely an issue
Waterproof enough for heavy rain?
Use a poncho over a backpack: rain runs down the fabric (fabric is not subject to the pressure of pack straps)