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Snugpak Offers Winter Warmth And Protection

As restrictions continue, warm, windproof and water-resistant outerwear is a must to exercise – and socialise. Whether out for a stroll in the countryside, walking the dog or enjoying an outdoor winter BBQ, Snugpak’s new Arrowhead Jacket is a top contender.

Based on Snugpak’s best selling Sleeka Elite jacket, the combination of the water-repellent Paratex outer material and the exclusive Softie 100% polyester insulation has created a warm, breathable, windproof and lightweight jacket.

It can be worn either as a cold-weather mid-layer or outer layer garment and the brushed polyester-lined neck warmer and insulated zip-off detachable hood adds extra versatile warmth and protection.

Other features include deep handwarmer pockets, internal zipped pocket, hook and loop adjustable cuffs and handy zip pockets on the arm and chest.  It weighs 820g, is supplied in a handy stuff sack, has olive, black and multicam colour options in unisex sizes S-XXL and will be in store in January. 

It’s not revolutionary, but it’s a neat, flexible extension to the versatility of a simple piece of kit.

Snugpak’s insulating sleeping bag liner with a full-length zip can add over a season to a sleeping bag’s use. The lush fleece offers the extra comfort and warmth for colder nights without the need to invest in a new bag. The breathable and moisture wicking fleece liner @ £44.95 rrp is supplied with its own compression sack, weighs only 1000g and packs down to a handy space-saving 25cm x 18cm. Plus, of course, it can be used on its own in warmer weather.

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