When you purchase a poncho from us you are helping protect important nesting beaches around the world, ensuring that the hatchlings make it to the water.
40,000+ Turtles Saved
For each Surf Poncho sold, we donate to SEETurtles.Org to save the life of 10 baby sea turtles!
SEE Turtles protects endangered sea turtles around the world by supporting community-based conservation efforts.
Our changing towel feels like a warm hug from the get-go and keeps you covered, dry, and cozy. It is perfect for changing out of your wetsuit or swimsuit. It will keep you warm at the beach, river, or pool and will is made from 100% Cotton. Not only is it thick and absorbent, but a portion of all poncho sales goes to saving baby sea turtles.
- Cozy, Super Soft 100% Cotton- Specially woven cotton that is so cozy you'll swear the mermaids and dolphins used their secret powers to create it
- Designed by Surfers - custom dimensions for perfect post-surf bliss: Arm holes that don’t leave you exposed (ladies), a length that offers privacy even for the tallest of dudes, and an extra large hood with a warm fleece lining
- Responsibly Sourced - For each Surf Poncho sold, we donate to SEETurtles.Org to save the life of 10 baby sea turtles! Made in a factory that is independently audited for safe and fair working conditions, & made of 100% cotton.
VERSATILE - Machine washable woven jacquard with high absorbency. One size fits all. Male model is 6'1', female model is 5’5.
Please note: these are heavyweight and warm! If you're looking for a lightweight or travel surf poncho, we have those here :)
New Kids Ponchos Available in both Youth Poncho and Kids Hooded Towel Sizes
SEE Turtles protects turtles through their conservation trips, Billion Baby Turtles, Too Rare To Wear, Sea Turtles & Plastic, and education programs.
The funds are used to cover the costs of hiring local residents to patrol turtle nesting beaches and protecting the turtles and their nests.
This funding goes to community-based turtle organizations at key nesting beaches. In addition, the funds are used to build and maintain hatcheries where the eggs are protected until they hatch and are released to the ocean.