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Rocky's NEW Arid Light Will Keep You Cool!

by Bow Staff 4. May 2010 14:32
Bow Staff

There is nothing worse to a bowhunter than those long early season sits in hot temperatures. Add in not seeing any deer, a few mosquitos, and anyones day can turn into a miserable experience. Rocky’s NEW Arid Light apparel hopes to change our minds on that however! Read below on the “coolest” way to stay comfortable on-stand this season.

NELSONVILLE, OH - ROCKY’S new Arid Light apparel features a lightweight, four-way stretch fabric that wicks moisture away from the body through the SiQ™ Atomic treatment.

SiQ Atomic fuses scent control and moisture management technologies. SiQ Atomic controls human scent by helping destroy odor causing bacteria on a microbial level. New performance fabrics manage moisture by moving it away from your skin and keeping you dry.

The Arid Light zip front shirt features two Napoleon pockets on the chest and underarm gussets. It is available in sizes M – 3XL at a suggested retail price of $59.99. The Arid Light Trekker pant features zip cargo and rear pockets, hidden elasticized draw cord at bottom cuff and quiet vision zippers. The Trekker pant is available in sizes M – 2XL at a suggested retail price of $69.99.

Rocky's Arid Light Apparel

ROCKY’S Arid Light apparel will be available in Mossy Oak’s new Break-Up® Infinity™ pattern. Featuring unprecedented depth, unequalled detail and elements with remarkable contrast, Break-Up Infinity truly offers hunters another dimension in camo.

Founded in 1932, ROCKY manufactures and markets rugged outdoor, duty, work and western footwear, apparel and accessories. For more information please visit their website.

 

 




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