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3sixteen Poncho

If you've been looking for an alternative to a traditional technical shell for rainy weather, 3sixteen's new Poncho just might do the trick. Rather than use materials like Gore-Tex or a DWR coating, the jacket uses a Japanese fabric made out of densely woven cotton that feels like cotton but is also water resistant. It uses extra long staple cotton fibers that are woven into a dense structure and when it gets wet, the yarns expand to create a shield against moisture.  


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