Anyone tried the DD poncho?
I'm planning a new buy from DD Hammocks and was wondering if anyone have had a chance to try the poncho out...
On my buy list so far..
1 DD travel Hammock (for my daughter)
1 DD Tarp (for my daughter)
And maybe 2 Poncho's
yes i have one ..i'll do some pics and put them on here in a day or so. it will be the same pics i'm going to put on bushcraftuk
Sandbag, forgot about me? really want to have a look at your pics at the poncho...
Not Forgot Just To Busy To Get Near The Camera ...sorry..
SORTING THEM OUT RIGHT NOW
ok heres the pic's
i like the velcro front ,it's not really needed because the hood is quiet large
it has push studs down both sides (even though i had not used them in the picture)
some different ways you could put the poncho up
it's not big enough to use with a hammock
but is a good size for one person to sleep under
it is very loose fitting as you would expect and it also has double layer on the shoulder. as well as water proof tape on the seams.
and last but not least the extra flaps for around your wrists
:)it looks like a very well made poncho.i am very happy with my dd hammock and dd tarp:cool:neo
ok... two ponchos added to my order....
Now I just need a really good backpack suitable for both my gear and my daughters gear.
Thinking of a Berghaus or something like that...
What I need to fit inside the backpack is..
2 DD Tarp's
2 DD Travel Hammock's
2 DD Poncho's
2 Sleepingbag,s thinking about Carinthians or Haglöfs bag..
2 wool mats or thermarests for insulation.
And other equipment for cooking and other stuff.. and some water and food aswell...
:( everything comes in two's, My daughter will carry some stuff her self I think but I wont put anything to heavy on her back.
The DD stuff dont take much space, but when its two of everything I think I need a big backpack, what do you guys think?