Summer has just begun, but now is a great time to start researching products for the upcoming cold weather excursions. Many of us have issues with regulating our body temperatures and staying warm is not only for comfort but also a safety concern. In this issue, we share reviews on some products that help keep the warm in and the cold out. Some items may be pricey, but if you are set on enjoying your favorite activities out in the colder elements, the cost is well worth it. For more product reviews go to the Equipment page.
Cabela’s E.C.W.C.S. Polar Weight Crew & Bottoms with Polartec® Power Dry® – It doesn’t do you any good to even attempt to stay warm in frigid weather without a great base layer….
Volt Heated Fleece – Last fall I was contacted by a friend who told me about a company that produced heated clothing….
Propet Low-Rise Zip Boot – About 10 years ago I started to look for slip-on shoes and zip-up boots to make life easier on me when it came to footwear….
Flambeau Heated Gloves – I have never used a Flambeau product until last year when they shipped me a box of items to try….
Tricot Hunting Jacket – This type of jacket has long been one of my most-used weapons against the cold & wind ever since I started duck hunting during the winter months….
Mr. Heater – This one product has made bone-chilling mornings a lot more comfortable. It’s small, portable and perfect for warming up a hunting blind….
Volt Heated Muff – I found the hand warmer to be very functional and well designed. The insulation and cuffs retained the heat….
Clam Outdoors Big Foot™ XL6000T Garage Ice Shelter – When a company listens to its customers with disabilities and creates a truly accessible outdoor product, it needs to be recognized….
Read the full reviews in the July 2017 issue of Able Outdoors magazine. Subscribe today!