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  1. Sub Zero Factor 3 Fleece Head Gear Back In Stock

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    Demand for our Factor 3 fleece thermal hats and balaclavas has been so overwhelming that we have pulled forward our winter 2012/2013 production by four months. The result is that our Factor 3 fleece balaclava, beanie hat and beanie hat with ear guards are now back in stock  – just in time for Springs  cold wet and windy weekends!

     

  2. New Thermal Fleece Winter Hats by Sub Zero

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    A good quality fleece hat is an essential piece of warm clothing kit in cold winter conditions. Sub Zeros new range of Factor 3 fleece hats are manufactured from 100% Polyester 300gsm super soft fleece. The outside face of the fabric has an anti-pill finish whilst the inner face has a heavily brushed fleece finish that is extremely comfortable to wear next to the skin. The combination of these two finishes produces a fabric that is very warm and very durable.

    The fabrics high wind resistance and excellent thermal properties makes it ideal for wearing in very cold environments such as polar expeditions and winter mountaineering. Use in combination with your thermal base layers and thermal mid layers for ultimate protection from the cold.

    New Thermal Fleece Winter Hat Range

    Thermal Fleece Balaclava – Contoured face and neck to protect your chest, neck, cheeks, chin and forehead from the cold.

    Thermal Fleece Beanie Hat – Double thickness headband for extra forehead protection

    Thermal Fleece Beanie Hat with Ear Guards – Similar to the fleece beanie hat but with the addition of fleece ear flaps and a soft chin strap for extra wind protection.

    Thermal fleece winter beanie hat with ear guards by Sub Zero

    Thermal fleece winter beanie hat with ear guards by Sub Zero

    Thermal fleece winter balaclava by Sub Zero

    Thermal fleece winter balaclava by Sub Zero

    Thermal fleece winter beanie hat by Sub Zero

    Thermal fleece winter beanie hat by Sub Zero

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