U.S. Military Surplus Poncho Liner

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NEW U.S. Military Surplus Poncho Liner. PRICED RIGHT!

Genuine U.S. Military issue. A picky inspector found a couple threads MIA, but nothing to affect looks or performance. Ripstop nylon shell, polyester insulation Ties fit into grommets on poncho. 87 x 64"l., 2 lbs. One size fits most. 

Condition: brand new, never issued. State Color, as available in the Shopping Cart. One size fits most ponchos. 

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U.S. Military Surplus Poncho Liner is rated 4.7701 out of 5 by 187.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from nice pricing fast shipping used 2 for cats they now love liners more than me,great deal well packed I am a happy old man..
Date published: 2015-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Next Generation This is the third generation to use poncho liners. It started in 1970 and carried me through to retirement, my girls each had one and now my grandchildren will see how warm they can be in winter.
Date published: 2015-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from For my Boys! My two sons keep stealing my Army "Wooby" (aka: poncho liner) that I use for an everyday blanket as it's the perfect year-round blanket! I bought them one each for their birthday so they can have their own and quit stealing mine! The price is great as well and I got them in old-school woodland camo, which I have one that is 25yrs old from when I first came in the army!
Date published: 2015-07-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Product I got my first one in Vietnam in 1968, I have had one around and used it daily as a lap blanket, car blanket or a nap blanket, light warm and a product like no other I have ever found for simple good design and comfort. I now have 4 and my wife and kids constantly grab one of them to cuddle up in while watching TV in the evening. great product. .
Date published: 2015-07-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect I had one when i was in Viet Nam, Had to turn it in when i left country.
Date published: 2015-06-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect lightweight sleeping bag replacement I never liked being zipped up in case I have to move fast. The poncho liner with a poncho is a good minimalist solution. This will keep you warm through three seasons, maybe even in the winter if you keep your coat on. I haven't tried that. It will keep you warm and dry. No, it is not supposed to have a head hole, though I suppose you could cut one if you wanted it to double as a coat/cloak. I compress min in a space bag. For the price, this will do ya.
Date published: 2015-06-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Poncho Liner Purchased two poncho for my grandchildren to use when they visit. They have almost wore out the one I was issued in Viet Nam. The quality of the ones I received was equal to my issued one. I am very pleased with my purchased
Date published: 2015-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Never go out without it! We learned to love these in Vietnam. Panchromatic liners were our only sleeping bag and we wouldn't think of going into the bush without them. I was so happy to find these, and these are my constant companion camping and heading out to the cabin. I wrap my granddaughters in them, even. I now have three and recently bought another for my son. Excellent product at a great price.
Date published: 2015-06-09
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<!--begin-bvseo-questions--> <!--begin-questions--> <div id="bvseo-questionsSection"> <div class="bvseo-question-answer" data-questionid="1478824"> <h2 class="bvseo-question"> Are these made in the USA? </h2> <div class="bvseo-question-detail"> </div> <div class="bvseo-author">Asked by: Bobby</div> <div class="bvseo-answer" data-answerid="1739195"> No, these are not made in the USA. <div class="bvseo-author">Answered by: Customer Service</div> <div class="bvseo-pubdate">Date published: 2015-08-20</div> </div> </div> <div class="bvseo-question-answer" data-questionid="1445382"> <h2 class="bvseo-question"> This poncho liner does not look to made of ripstop nylon? All true military issue liner are ripstop nylon just like the poncho itself?? </h2> <div class="bvseo-question-detail"> </div> <div class="bvseo-author">Asked by: Mikeny</div> <div class="bvseo-answer" data-answerid="1736438"> Well the 2 I ordered in woodland and acu are NOT ripstop please check your inventory and you will see. Feel free to contact me and I will send pictures and you can look up my orders and see that both were purchased from you guys. This is very important in a poncho liner without ripstop they are a cheap blanket with some tie down strings??? <div class="bvseo-author">Answered by: Mikeny</div> <div class="bvseo-pubdate">Date published: 2015-07-16</div> </div> </div> <div class="bvseo-question-answer" data-questionid="1439845"> <h2 class="bvseo-question"> I have used a poncho liner since the early 70&apos;s and you say your&apos;s is real military surplus. The question is, why is the tie strings that attach the liner to a poncho not in the corner where the eyelets are on the poncho? Appear entry these are not milita </h2> <div class="bvseo-question-detail"> </div> <div class="bvseo-author">Asked by: Rick</div> <div class="bvseo-answer" data-answerid="1699601"> These have a different design than the liners that you are referring to. They are still military surplus. <div class="bvseo-author">Answered by: Customer Service</div> <div class="bvseo-pubdate">Date published: 2015-03-18</div> </div> </div> <div class="bvseo-question-answer" data-questionid="1338468"> <h2 class="bvseo-question"> If there is no hole to put your head through how is it worn? </h2> <div class="bvseo-question-detail"> </div> <div class="bvseo-author">Asked by: Bill</div> <div class="bvseo-answer" data-answerid="1588120"> These do not have a head hole. These liners are designed to attach directly to military style ponchos and wrap around the back and shoulders. <div class="bvseo-author">Answered by: Customer Service</div> <div class="bvseo-pubdate">Date published: 2015-01-01</div> </div> </div> </div> <script type="text/javascript"> if (document.getElementById('bvseo-questionsSection')) { document.getElementById('bvseo-questionsSection').style.display = 'none'; } </script> <!--end-questions--><ul id="BVSEO_meta" style="display:none!important"> <li data-bvseo="bvDateModified">2015-08-29T13:35CST</li> <li data-bvseo="ps">bvseo_cps, prod_bvqa, vn_cps_3.1.6</li> <li data-bvseo="cp">cp_1, bvpage1</li> <li data-bvseo="co">co_hasquestionsanswers, tq_4</li> <li data-bvseo="cf">loc_en_US, sid_123876, PRD, sort_recentAnswersFirst</li> <li data-bvseo="diagnostics">clientName_sportmansguide</li></ul><!--end-bvseo-questions--><!--BVSEO|dz:Main_Site-en_US|sdk:v1.0.7.0-n|msg:timer 125ms -->
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