Editor's Picks: Walking in a Winter Wonderland
If you haven't seen the news (because a snowstorm knocked out your cable) or looked outside (because your windows are frosted over), it's cold outside. Really cold. The Northeast U.S. has seen the worst snowfall in a decade and the rest of the country isn't faring much better. To help you survive the snowpocalypse, Promo Marketing has rounded up some optimal winter outerwear to help you survive the sub-zero temperatures.
Diamond-Quilted is Forever
When the temperature drops to single digits, apparel fashion usually gets dropped for function, but that needn't be the case. Broder Bros. offers the Dickies Diamond Quilted Nylon Jacket, bringing name-brand style and recognition to your winter promotions. With rib-knit collar, cuffs and back waist as well as front hand-warmer pockets, it will keep the warmth on the inside and your client's logo on the outside.
The Best of Both Worlds
If you want to know how to deal with winter, ask someone from Minnesota, like the folks at Cullinz Creek. They'd probably recommend their Montana Men's Wool and Leather Jacket. The heavy 24 oz. wool body and sleeves keep a torso toasty, while the leather collar, cuffs and accents add style and durability to the jacket. Multiple leather and wool colors are available, and the jacket also comes in ladies' and youth sizes.
Finally, I get why people go snowboarding: when it's this cold, windburn is the only heat you can get. With its 100 percent polyester shell and fleece lining, the Stormtech 3-in-1 Atlantis H2XTREME Waterproof System Jacket from S&S Activewear is perfect for the winter outdoor enthusiast who wants to feel the burn without feeling frostbite. Available in men's and ladies' styles, it features adjustable drawcords and hood, waterproof zippers and shell, and removeable liner.