Mexican Ponchos come in a variety of sizes and styles. They are still widely worn in Mexico and throughout Latin America with the native inhabitants and tourists alike. The great thing about a poncho is the ease with which it is used. Each Mexican poncho has a head hole, which slips easily over the head and covers the upper portion of the body. They are generally made of an acrylic/cotton blend.
The serape style Mexican poncho is made of the same colorful material that Mexican serape blankets are made of, while the Traditional Mexican Poncho is made of a thicker material with a looser weave and available in more muted, earth tones.
Check out Elchamaco.com for both serape Mexican ponchos and traditional Mexican ponchos, in a assorted colors and sizes.