A poncho, coming from Spanish and Quechua, is an outer garment looking like a blanket, designed to keep the body warm.
The poncho has become a major accessory for anyone who practices water sports: surfing, kitesurfing, foil, wakeboarding, stand-up paddling, kayaking, swimming, as well as for wearing in spas and swimming pools. The poncho is worn before and after entering the water, while you take off your clothes and put on your wetsuit.
Convenient and practical, the poncho can be with or without a hood, with changing pockets and a front pocket.
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