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Staying Warm Outdoors with HEDJAK

Posted March 14, 2015 by AJ Hauser | Tags: , , , , , ,

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There are several ways to keep warm when you’re out an about – here are a few of our favorites:

  1. Get a Stash of Hand Warmers: The cheapest and easiest way to get some additional warmth when you need it.
  2. Rubber Gloves: Rubber gloves are an inexpensive way to keep moisture off of your skin if you wear them underneath gloves.
  3. Layer Socks: Always a popular option – layer these puppies. Remember you can always remove layers as the day warms if need be.
  4. Grab a Few Different Stocking Caps: In a few different weights (I like to stash some light and heavy “wraps” or “face masks” as well if they don’t take up much space).
  5. Grab a HEDJAK: The HEDJAK is a patented product that combines the warmth of a traditional hoodie and the “stay-in-place” benefit of a knit cap. The elastic in the cap also prevents the billowing of the hood, keeping you warmer.We’ve known the guys at HEDJAK for some time – they are great and we love their product – and we actually have branded CWS HEDJAKs (zip-up and pullover) available in their shop.PLUS – they offer you the option to build your own HEDJAK: check out the Standard Build-A-JAK and don’t forget to check out the Camouflage Build-A-JAK too!

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I have a hunting trip in 2 weeks so I’ll be getting a new one for this season – probably Woodland Camo with a Blaze Orange cap.

Check it out – we’ll see you out there.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

AJ Hauser is an outdoor enthusiast located in Illinois. He guides for fun in his free time and is always looking for new friends to go on trips with. He is also a partner at The Hauser Design Group - a web development and branding firm, and he would love to hear from you.

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COMMENTS
  1. Profile photo of Andrew Threadgill Andrew Threadgill says:

    Love the blaze orange and camo!

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