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February 1, 2013
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Tyndale’s new Weather Pro jacket is made of an 18-oz. Ripstop fabric laminated with Polartec®’s Power Shield® fleece. This breathable jacket fits like users’ favorite everyday clothing and is designed with comfort and performance in mind. It wicks moisture away, keeping users warm and dry, and its seams are fully sealed to lock water out. The Weather Pro also features two front pockets and a one-piece hood with drawstring. The jacket offers reflective piping across the chest and back, as well as a fluorescent yellow mesh lining. Flame-resistant jacket

Tyndale Company, Inc., www.TyndaleUSA.com, (800) 356-3433. Circle 270

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