5 Reasons Why Surfers are Obsessed With This Changing Poncho

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1. Change Publicly in Private

Ditch the towel. And you’ll never have to worry about being over-exposed again. Pull on and take off your wetsuit and trunks, and no one will ever know. Our signature internal access openings make changing a breeze. 

2. Kangaroo Pocket

Built-in Kangaroo pocket is a great place to stash your stuff. The snap closures make it  ideal to keep your stuff secure and accessible while changing. Not to mention it’s great for keeping your hands warm, too!

3. Highly Absorbent

Super absorbent fabric helps you dry off quickly and keeps you warm. Forget about soggy towels and wet seats driving home. 

4. Ultra Comfortable

Easy on and off with 3 button placket snaps. Super soft on the skin and perfect for the beach, pool, camping, post-workout changing, or just lounging around the house. 

5. Sustainably Made

Slowtide products meet the strict guidelines set by the Oeko-Tex® Standard 100. Made with care and certified for peace of mind.

THESE ARE GAME CHANGERS & YOU DON'T HAVE TO JUST TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT, HERE'S SOME REVIEWS!
THESE ARE GAME CHANGERS & YOU DON'T HAVE TO JUST TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT, HERE'S SOME REVIEWS!
Slowtide's The Digs poncho is the tool you want for changing in parking lots or next to highways. Simply throw the beast on and get busy underneath—no worries about your towel falling off. It’s made from 100 percent terry cotton, which is plush and feels like a warm blanket. Use it to dry off like a normal towel, then simply hang it up in the laundry room.
— Outside Magazine
THESE ARE GAME CHANGERS & YOU DON'T HAVE TO JUST TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT, HERE'S SOME REVIEWS!
In our experience, about thirty-seconds into the “magic trick” this soft and lightweight little number makes changing out of your suit or trunks, some curious parking lot character, or suburban mom toting small armies of children, or a Porsche-driving Hollywood type, will approach you mid-disrobing and inquire: where’d you get that poncho?
— Stab Mag