Predator’s Lightweight Adrenaline Pants & Jackets

 

Predator’s Lightweight Adrenaline Pants & Jackets

 

If early bow seasons have left you in a quandary over what to wear in the deer woods, Predator Camo’s Adrenaline pants STEALTHand jackets have just the fit and feel you need.

240-3TSummer’s swelter, it seems, wants to hang on as long as it can. Whether you are sitting in a tree stand or stalking your prey, Adrenaline will help keep you cool, comfortable and dry in typically warm but moist conditions. It’s the perfect shell for early-season big-game hunters that can be used as layering garments as the weather cools, and then again for turkey hunting in the spring.

Adrenaline pants feature a two-way fly zipper, a pair of slash front pockets, two zippered cargo pockets and a no-slip waistband. Super-light and unlined, they are athletically styled with a two-way stretch fabric — 95 percent Polyester, 5 percent Spandex — that allows for ease of movement.

Adrenaline jackets provide warmth without adding a lot of weight in a flexible design that’s lined with a bonded micro fleece and is protected against light precipitation with a durable water-repellent (DWR) finish. The two-way stretch fabric is moisture-wicking and 100 percent Polyester. Other features include three zippered pockets and a hoodless collar.

Adrenaline pants and jackets come in five Predator patterns: 3D Deception, Brown Deception, Fall Gray, Green Deception and Spring Green. Each piece sells for just $99.95. Check them out at www.predatorcamo.com.

 

Orignal Source: Sportsmans Lifestyle.com

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