Redhead Bone-Dry C.W.S.

From Redhead comes the newest late-season outfit, the Bone-Dry C.W.S., which stands for Cold Weather System.

The parka and bibs are lined with Redhead's Bone-Dry membrane for wind and water protection, and a removable liner in the parka is filled with 200 grams of Thinsulate insulation. The bibs have 150 grams of insulation, and both garments have an ultra-quiet warp-knit polyester shell that won't give you away on those cold, quiet days.


Call 800-227-7776 or visit www.basspro.com.



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