Look Like Clint Eastwood With An Inexpensive Earth Ragz Poncho!

My Quest For The Perfect Poncho

After watching Clint Eastwood's performance in The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly I became intent on finding an inexpensive, yet fashionable poncho for daily wear. Now by fashionable I mean I didn't want to be walking around wearing what was little more than a blanket with a whole cut in it for my head. Rather, I wanted something a little more practical, yet still eccentric enough. This is wear Earth Ragz came in.

Earth Ragz ponchos are basically a hybrid cross between a hooded sweatshirt and a traditional Mexican poncho - a type of garment also known as a "drug rug" or baja hoodie. They have a hood and sleeves, yet still maintain the heavy weight feel and pattern of their more traditional brethren. Plus Earth Ragz ponchos are fairly cheap! I was able to find an inexpensive one for around $18 at locally owned store in the mall (and you can even find them at Disney World in the Epcot Mexico pavilion and near the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at the Magic Kingdom!).

Earth Ragz Baja Poncho
Earth Ragz Baja Poncho

Earth Ragz Ponchos Are Durable

Earth Ragz ponchos are built for the ages. They are constructed of an acrylic-polyester weave that resists shrinkage, weathering, and wear. They can be a bit itchy and stiff at first, but after a wash and a little bit of wearing the poncho will mold to your body and be pretty comfortable.

Earth Ragz Are Good For The Environment!

What's more is that Earth Ragz, manufactured by Ramatex International, are good for the environment!  All of their garments and blankets are made up of 100% recycled fibers which they call "ecoyarn."

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Comments 4 comments

Guy 6 years ago

This is not a poncho.


Jason 6 years ago

These are not ponchos, they are baja hoodies from Mexican Threads.


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