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Saturday, 21 December 2019 14:19

Keep Warm With The New Windproof North Hill Jacket By Gill

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Cold weather has never stopped avid kayak anglers from braving the elements, but care must be taken to keep warm. 
Gill already has an extensive lineup of insulated garments for determined anglers and their latest addition is the North Hill Jacket. If you are one of the anglers who won't let a drop in temperature slow you down, then you should also know that proper dressing for challenging conditions is a must.
What makes the North Hill Jacket stand out is that it blends warmth and water repellency with a durable shell that braces the wind. It is this advanced outer material that ensures that the jacket can deliver overall brilliant performance.
For internal warmth, Gill's North Hill Jacket uses 100% recycled polyester. It also uses a sewn-baffle construction to hold the loose, lofting material in place. This also ensures that the fibers do not migrate or bunch. Gill has also paid close attention to external amenities, such as an insulated hood with soft-stretch binding. In addition, this jacket has a pair of easily accessible and zippered hand-warming pockets. Finally, it comes with an adjustable hem and an extra zippered pocket on the inside to keep your smartphone safe.
Lightweight windproof fabric with durable water-repellent finish
Super-light ‘Down-feel’ synthetic loose-fiber insulation with an excellent warmth to weight
Sewn-baffle construction traps warmth and prevents fiber migration
Insulated hood with soft-stretch binding
Two handwarmer pockets
Zippered internal chest pocket
Adjustable hem
Machine washable
Outer & Lining: 100% Nylon
Insulation: 100% Recycled Polyester
The North Hill Jacket is machine-washable and available in sizes that range from Small to XXXL. It retails for a price of USD 180. Check out the official Gill website for more information (https://www.gillmarine.com/us/north-hill-jacket.html?sqr=north%20hill%20jacket&).
Naomi Bolton

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