WOMEN'S TURTLENECK PONCHO▐ "CHALLENGIOR LIMITED EDITION"
The poncho has its origins along the Andes Mountains and was one of the typical clothes of many South American cultures. It was usually made from wool, most often, alpaca wool.
This garment has an ancient history. In Peru, mummies were found wrapped in elaborate ponchos, dated somewhere around 300 B.C. We know for sure that Incas wore ponchos. The patterns on their outerwear showed off the status and position in society.
Warm and very comfortable to wear, poncho doesn’t need buttons or clasps, and is the perfect attire for horseback riding. A traditional poncho doesn’t have sleeves or any openings for the arms, only one opening for the head. Ponchos have become a fashion item.
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