Slumberjack Thermal Cloak

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posted on March 25, 2014
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Made from wind- and waterproof fabrics and featuring 160 grams of synthetic insulation, Slumberjack’s Thermal Cloak lengthens the time that a hunter can endure cold temperatures and inclement weather. The open-bottom garment-for sure footing on small, elevated platforms and walking-can be cinched around the knees, and the large, self-sealing arm ports use fast-opening magnets, not zippers, for closure. Other features include a two-thirds-length front zipper with magnet-secured windflap, large brimmed hood, microfleece neck lining, front hand-warmer pockets and a universal fit system that adjusts from 50 to 66 inches in length. An opening with a weather-protected flap enables the use of the cloak with a treestand safety harness. Available in Kryptek’s Highlander camouflage, Slumberjack’s 2-pound, 15-ounce Thermal Cloak retails for $230.

Contact: Slumberjack, 6235 Lookout Road, Suite G, Boulder, CO 80301; (800) 233-6283

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