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Combination stadium cushion and poncho










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #6353933.

A poncho and cushion combination is provided for use as protective weather garment while sitting. The poncho is formed from a substantially rectangular sheet with a hood at an opening in the sheet. An extension sheet attaches the cushion to the inside surface of the rear panel of the poncho. In this way, the cushion is protected by the poncho. The cushion is disposed so that it rests slightly below the spectator's buttocks when standing while wearing the poncho. The cushion is then readily available for the spectator to sit down on. The poncho can be folded and rolled onto the extension sheet. The extension sheet can be rolled around the poncho and fastened to the cushion to stow the poncho.








 
 
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