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Poncho and poncho liner sleeping bag? | Bushcraft USA …

The USGI poncho / poncho liner combo kept me warm down to the 40's. Even in the Marines we called them "Ranger blankets". After a few years I began to double up on the poncho liner. The added weight and bulk was well worth it. I distinctly remember waking up one morning with frost on my poncho, but I was a lot younger and more hardy back then.

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How to use a poncho liner | Bushcraft USA Forums

The poncho is a great multi-use piece of kit. It will keep you dry (er), makes a dandy ground cloth, lean-to shelter, and sleeping wrap. Two fit nicely over a set of shelter halves (aka pup tent) to help keep the rain out. Easy to throw it over a handy bush to …

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The Woobie | Military Benefits

Around 1962, new poncho liners were introduced, and special forces troops in Vietnam were the first to use them. Made of light and quick-dry materials that could packed into small spaces, these liners replaced the standard-issue Army wool blanket, which was completely unsuited for use in the wet, tropical Vietnamese climate.

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So...how do you actually line a poncho with a poncho liner ...

Tie the strings on the poncho liner to the corresponding grommets on the poncho. And you still use it as a blanket like that. The poncho isn't intended to be worn as a poncho when the liner is in it. 8. level 2. [deleted] · 8y. I figured I had to cut a hole for my head in this thing. 6.

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Poncho Liner with Head Opening - Wiggy's

Made just like the other poncho liners, only this one has snaps on each side for your arms to come out for fishing or shooting. It can also be used in the same manner as the Poncho Liner with Ties or Poncho Liner with Zipper for a quick, easy shelter!. Our Poncho Liners …

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Poncho liner - Wikipedia

A poncho liner, also informally known as a woobie, is a piece of field gear originating in the United States military that can be attached to a standard issue poncho to provide additional warmth, as well as being usable as a blanket, sleeping bag or protective cover. It consists of quilted nylon with a polyester filling. It is attached to the poncho by means of integral lengths of material ...

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How to use a poncho liner | Page 2 | Bushcraft USA Forums

For nights when it would drop below about 35°, I would toss mine over my ridgeline and tie it off on the ends, making a "tent" or a "pea pod" kind of setup. It would add 10#°~15° degrees to the ambient temp. Between it and my KickAss Quilt, I was toasty warm. My first poncho liner …

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Woobie Blanket

WOOBIE BLANKET. Our Woobie blankets are the same design as the military wet weather poncho liners that the military uses as a blanket. The history of our love for the Woobie Blanket comes from our Dad, who was in the Vietnam War. He had kept his Army issued poncho liner and we would always argue over who got to use it as a blanket on our couch.

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: Poncho Liner Military Woobie Camping Blanket ...

【Multi-use Poncho Liner】Cango Poncho Liner Military Woobie Camping Blanket provides warmth and insulation against most weather elements, which is used for Hiking, Outdoor Activities & Survival. This Woobie Blanket Military is as large as 82 x 60 x 0.01 inches, but …

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Compare and Contrast of Wool Blanket and Poncho and Poncho ...

Poncho Liner and Poncho. To be fair I almost always use the poncho liner in conjunction with the poncho unless I'm in the southern latitudes. When I was in Gitmo, Cuba sleeping on a cot I used a poncho liner, but it was easily in the 70's at …

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Best Poncho Liner: Secrets to Staying Dry and Warm – …

Regardless of which woobie you use, staying warm and dry with a poncho and liner is an underused survival skill. Versatile tools and wardrobe items are always the best options in a bad situation. Like a swiss army knife, your poncho-liner combo can do more than any jacket.

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Buy US Military Style Poncho Liner at Army Surplus World

NEW US GI Military Surplus Camo Poncho Liner. $54.95. View Product. Woobie 3 in 1 Survival Blanket. As low as $39.99. View Product. Description. Use this Liner with your poncho for a secondary barrier of warm insulation to protect you from cold. Also functions as a handy stand-alone blanket.

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The USGI Poncho and Poncho Liner - The Shooter's Log

Poncho liners feature ties that are used to attach the liner to the poncho using grommets that are found all along the edges of the waterproof poncho. While the poncho liners are heavily insulated with double layers of quilted nylon surrounding a …

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Insulated Poncho Liner | Snugpak Clothing

Insulated Poncho Liner; Insulated Poncho Liner. £51.00. Insulated Poncho Liner. £51.00. Blanket style antibacterial pullover . The Snugpak® Insulated Poncho is simply a useful piece of insulated kit that will come in handy when you need to warm up quickly and stay warm. Read More.

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42 Prepper Uses for Ponchos | Urban Survival Site

Make sure you and the poncho are completely dry first. For extra insulation, make a bed of leaves and cover the poncho with leaves and shrubbery. 11. As a Pillow. Sure, you could use rolled up clothes as a pillow, but you don't want to get them wet or dirty. Roll up a poncho and use it instead.

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How to use a us military poncho liner as a poncho liner if ...

Answer (1 of 3): It loops through the poncho's eyelets sideways to wrap around your body — think of it as a hot dog bun and you are the hot dog — your head goes out one end of the wrap, your feet the other. it works very well. Woobies are the best.

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Poncho Liner - Rothco

Rothco's Poncho liners serve as a perfect emergency blanket; originating in the US military the poncho liner is intended to provide warmth and to be used as a sleeping bag when attached to a poncho. Military Poncho liners are also known as woobies. Sort by Arrival Date Best Sellers Rating. Sort by.

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Military Surplus Poncho Liner Grade 1 Marpat Camo

Product Overview. The Military Surplus Poncho Liner is extremely versatile and useful. It can be used as a blanket, a sunshade, a warm weather sleeping bag, or a sleeping bag liner for more warmth in cold weather. Constructed of a rugged, lightweight 1.9oz Ripstop nylon cloth, it is woven in a tight Oxford weave, with thick Polyester batting ...

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Washing a Poncho Liner | Bushcraft USA Forums

I recently got a poncho liner, and would like to know how you would recomend machine washing it (gentle cycle, normal cycle, ect.). Thanks . P. PoPo Scout. Joined Mar 12, 2012 Messages 404 Likes 67 Location Missouri. Apr 18, 2012 #2 I use "delicates" cold with a second rinse to make sure all the soap is out. highlife Scout. Joined

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Shelter-Savvy Poncho Liner Uses For Survival | The ...

The number of poncho uses that can turn a disaster scenario into a walk in the park with your survival dog strutting next to you. In this post, we cover the different poncho liner uses can be used in emergencies and survival scenarios.

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DIY, No-Sew, 2-layer, 2/3 Poncho Liner UQ

I was reading other threads about using a US Army poncho liner as an underquilt (UQ), so I thought I'd give it a try. I went down to the Army/Navy surplus store and picked up two brand-new poncho liners for $15 a piece (your mileage may vary). At first I was going to do a full-length UQ, but after reading about 2/3-size UQ and looking at how large the army poncho liners are, I considered ...

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Best Army Poncho Liner Woobie - Coleman's Military Surplus ...

Troops deployed in the field still use them as blankets, tent dividers, and field expedient shelters or sleeping bags. A military poncho liner provides a quick, dry, and warm shelter from the elements in the field. It can be used as a blanket or attached to a poncho to keep the chill away.

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The Amazing Fleece Poncho LIner-7 ways to use it - …

This video covers not only 7 ways to use our Fleece Poncho Liner, but also tips on air filtration, hammocks, even a little about if you will fit as a custome...

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Poncho Liner Question | Survivalist Forum

First off, never use a poncho liner close to anything real hot or any exposed flame. Poncho liners will melt or burn up real fast. For normal sleeping needs just wrap up in the poncho liner. If the temperature drops down say below 40 degrees, tie the liner into the poncho. Use the poncho to deflect the cold and the liner as insulation.

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