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Springfield, MO -- Any serious outdoor sportsman knows when not preparing for cold wet weather can ruin a hunt faster than anything imaginable. Hypothermia, is the loss of body heat faster than the body can it can be reproduced and is a serious concern for outdoor activities.

Outdoorsmen go to many lengths to stay dry and warm. Loyal to their sport, hunters showcase the best of the best camo bibs, jackets, pullovers and coveralls and many often end up canceling hunts due to inclimate weather. To prepare for a hunt at any temperature, go with a suit made with maximum protection against the cold, like RedHead’s new Cold Weather System.

Setting new standards for extreme outdoorwear, the Cold Weather System is made out of the most durable, insulated and waterproof fabric on the market. A total of 350 grams of Thermolite Plus insulation in the layered design includes a reversible liner jacket, vest and complete parka.

A warm zip-out thermal liner with removable arms and many easy access pockets make it easier to dress to weather conditions. A removable insulated hood with snaps and shock cord tighteners attaches to both coat and liner.

For added warmth, the Cold Weather Pants are quiet, with a highback kidney flap and more free movement. Included are 150 grams of Thermolite Plus insulation, a standup waist with belt and rubberized grip to keep pants and shirt in place. Six pant pockets, including zip cargo pockets as well as leg zippers with storm flap and hook ‘n’loop tabs. Also available in the Cold Weather System are bibs, glo-mitts, fleece gloves and hat.

The RedHead Cold Weather System is exclusively at Bass Pro Shops and website and retails for $229.90 (parka and pants.) To learn more about the RedHead Cold Weather System or any Bass Pro Shops products, events or store locations, please call 1-800 BASS-PRO (1-800 227-7776).


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