Military Poncho Liner “Woobie Blankets”


  • Genuine US Military Issue
  • Nylon with Polyester Fill
  • Made in the USA
  • Size: 81X63


USMC Army Poncho Liner Woobie Blanket

Reversible Wet Weather Poncho Liner

  • Genuine US Military Issue
  • 100% Nylon with Polyester Fill
  • Made in the USA
  • Size: 81X63
  • Choose Color: Reversible MARPAT Woodland Camo/ Coyote Brown; Woodland Camo or ACU Camo

The highly versatile wet weather poncho liner in three colors.  Reversible: MARPAT Woodland Camo to Coyote Brown or Solid: ACU or Woodland Camo.  Lightweight, dries easily and packable.

Often referred to in the military as a “woobie blanket” because of it’s practicality to have around at all times.  The nylon fabric has a quilted stitch design to keep the polyester intermediate layer in place. Two 8″ tie tape straps are sewn into each corner.  Additionally, there are double straps sewn mid-point between each corner for a total of 8 attachment points.  Although not officially designed as a component of the field tarp, this poncho liner can be tied through the grommets of the tarp for an additional layer of protection.

Please note: these are not square, but are a slight hexagon shape.

Woodland Camo/Coyote shown below   NSN: 8405-01-545-8153

New Old Stock poncho-woobie-71_tag

Very Good Condition woobie-poncho-details72_tag

Good Condition poncho-liner-73_strap woobie-73_tag woobie-blanket-faded_73


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Additional information

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 7 × 5 in
New Old Stock

No signs of being issued or used.

Used- Very Good

Fabric, trim, tie straps and tag are all in very good condition and likely have been issued but never used. May contain unit or soldier identification. Fabric may be slightly faded.

Used- Good

Fabric, trim and tie straps are in good, used condition and may need to be laundered. May contain unit or soldier identification. Fabric may be faded and some liners may have small rips or tears that could be patched with a 2×2 or smaller patch. Tie strap(s) may show signs of use and could be damaged or missing.

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