Quiet fabric for silent hunting â this parka is made from quiet fabric that will stay silent when youâre on the hunt. Most regular parkas are made with material that loudly rustles and swishes when you move â not this coat.
Wear it 4 ways in 3 seasons â this mega-versatile outdoor apparel can be worn multiple ways throughout Fall, Winter, and spring.
Insulated for ultra-coziness â when the liner is zipped into place, your kid will be toasty warm, even on the coldest hunting days. It effectively keeps the body heat in and the frigid air out.
Choose from two Camo colors â this waterproof hunting parka Comes in two Camo colors, true Timber Kanata or dirt. Both will seamlessly blend into brush, Woodland, thickets, and more, So your kid will be camouflaged as well as protected from the elements.
Waterproof against rain, snow, and sleet â the waterproof outer shell provides superior protection from moisture. Rain, snow, sleet, and even ice are no match for it.
One Waterproof Hunting Parka, Tons of Great Features. This is one parka your child will never want to be without. It will work well for any weather and a wide range of temperatures â from chilly mornings to the coldest deep freeze. Versatility combines with comfort for the Koda Adventure Gear Youth True Timber 4 in 1 Waterproof Insulated Parka. This parka isnât just for the cold of winter â itâs also perfect for fall and spring hunting, camping, and outdoor adventuring. This three-season coat can be worn four total ways, so your kid will get plenty of use out of it for the long haul. Itâs the best kind of apparel for all kinds of outdoor expeditions. A Versatile Insulated Hunting Parka for All-Weather Hunting and Exploring. Hunting is a lot more fun when you have the right gear. Make sure your kid is prepared for every type of weather with this incredible camo parka. It will take them from cool spring days to chilly fall mornings and frozen winter temperatures without any problems. Wear the coat with the liner, take out the liner if itâs too warm, or wear the liner alone in two different ways. This is the ultimate flexible coat to tote along on outdoor expeditions, including hunting, camping, hiking, exploring, fishing, and nature-watching.
Problem? On the homepage of my beloved Total Women’s Cycling Website, an invasive pop-up announces (in German) that the website is now available in German. But… even the link to get back to the English version is in German…
Solution? “Nein danke! Ich möchte lieber auf der englischen Seite bleiben” (No thank you, I’d rather stay on the English page) should be in English. Otherwise, people not speaking German do not know how to get rid of this popup.