The poncho is a product produced by the extension of the raincoat. It is a rain-proof garment made of waterproof fabric, open style, without sleeves, and rain-proof outerwear. Raincoats are rain-proof clothes made of waterproof fabrics. Suitable waterproof fabrics for raincoats include tape, tarpaulin, and plastic film.
What is the difference between a raincoat and a poncho? The main difference is whether it has sleeves and whether it can be worn. A raincoat can be worn like clothes, but a poncho is different.
There are many styles of raincoats, but they usually come with sleeves, while the poncho is a product produced by the extension of the raincoat. It is open, without sleeves, and is a cloak type. Except for bicycle ponchos, generally ponchos are transparent in the direction of electric vehicles/motorcycles, and there is a hole in the rearview mirror support frame to facilitate the extension of the rearview mirror, which is conducive to driving safety.
The raincoat can be worn on foot or used for riding electric bicycles, bicycles, etc. Basically, it can only be worn by one person. The poncho is basically only used for riding motorcycles and electric vehicles. There are singles and doubles.
The picture of raincoat for your reference
The picture of poncho for your reference