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Wet Dog and Co Hooded Poncho Towel

Regular price $70.00
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Get your SEA GAL recycled surf poncho here!

The Wet Dog and Co drying beach poncho is the ideal addition to any SEA GAL's beach adventures.

If you like swimming, surfing or relaxing on the beach, this poncho will be a real life-saver! 

With a matching dog poncho available, you can use this Hooded Poncho Towels to change underneath, keep yourself warm, dry after a swim and generally look fabulous in.

Like Doggy Anchor, Wet Dog and Co care about the details, dogs and our planet!

  • This poncho is made from 100% recycled plastic bottles.
  • It has got a front pocket for your belongings.
  • It has got an oversized fit, so it fits many body shapes.
  • It has got two openings on the site for your hands, so you can easily change without flashing anyone.
  • You can get a matching poncho for you and your dog!
  • All products are sent in compostable mailers.
  • Our labels and tags are made from recycled materials.
  • Wet Dog and Co uses¬†Sendle - a carbon-neutral courier.¬†
  • Wet Dog and Co repair the ponchos up to one year after the purchase, as¬†they don‚Äôt want it to land in the landfill.¬†
  • You can get your matching poncho to cruise on the beach like no one else!


M: Length. measured from the neckline: 90 cm

     Width: 80 cm

  • Reduce

    RPET reduces plastic waste that would otherwise end up in landfills, oceans, or our backyards.

  • Reuse

    RPET takes the material that already exists and gives it a second life, rather than using valuable energy and resources to produce a new raw material that cannot be recycled.

  • Recycle

    By purchasing from companies that use RPET, you are showing your support by voting for change. You are using your money to support a business that is taking steps towards a more sustainable practice, and driving the demand for more businesses to take action.

Every year, about 8 million tons of plastic waste escapes into the oceans from coastal nations. That’s the equivalent of setting five garbage bags full of trash on every foot of coastline around the world.

National Geographic