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A classic four-button pullover that layers easily over a t-shirt or collared shirt.
Wind has no chance against this half zip, warm wool sweater with our BWP barrier lining. Zip front pockets, cotton shooting patches.
Easy on/easy off full-length zipper wool sweater is soft, warm and windproof.
Smart looking ribbed wool sweater with soft washable suede lining the inner collar.
Stay dry and comfortable on duty. The exterior is treated with water and stain-repellent CarbonFluo, while the interior is soft, brushed cotton.
Comfortable, warm, and so easy to wear, the classic pullover hoodie has earned its place in the sportsman’s arsenal of overcoats and jackets.
All the warmth of a substantial fleece and breathable, too. Our full zip jacket is extremely comfortable and warm, but we added a Coolmax® lining and mesh so you won’t work up a sweat during long treks.
Just right for dry days or even a light drizzle. Windstoper® fabric not only blocks cold breezes, but it’s lightweight, breathable, warm and water-repellent.
Fully featured fleece jacket provides comfortable, warm protection without sacrificing ease of movement.
Our comfortable fleece jacket will provide all the warmth you
need in the field, but it’s the full mesh lining you’ll really appreciate.
It’s a marvel of technology that a sweater this light can keep
you so warm.
Lightweight, warm, and breathable, our Polarfleece® jacket is just right for cooler shooting days. When you’re active in your jacket, it’s good to know that this high-quality fleece won’t pill and will last wash after wash for many years.
Our technical fleece delivers up to 250% more warmth than a nonwindproof fleece — keeping you comfortable with fewer layers of clothing and less bulky garments.
You’ll find pure wool for warmth and rugged good looks on the outside of this sweater.
But inside lies the secret: a barrier lining that keeps the coldest winds at bay.
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