Yeah, a storm’s coming. They’re calling it Frankenstorm on account of the Halloween angle. If it were around Valentine’s Day, they’d call it something else. Ever since Watergate, we’ve been clamoring to find all these clever names for scandals and weather events. Over here, we’re not as concerned with what you call it as we are with how prepared you are to deal with it. We have a great selection for any event. Consider these to keep you warm and dry—this week and throughout the winter season.
Red Wing lets you step with confidence in its Red Wing Safety Toe Boots. The full grain leather upper is waterproof, while the inside is insulated with Thinsulate. It’s sturdy as can be, yet these are boots that conform and work with you. That king toe construction gives you extra room, and the non-metallic safety feature in the toe comes in lighter than steel and still meets all the standard safety requirements. These are terrific for wearing around heat and chemicals. And they’re designed to repel abrasions.
Canada Goose keeps you warm and dry with the Canada Goose Citadel Parka. Designed for wearing in extreme weather, you have a poly-cotton blend treated with Arctic-Tech. The lining in a nylon plain weave with a water reppent finish. And the fill is a white duck down. The parka extends to mid-thigh, which is good for keeping more of you warm. You have four pockets that are lined with fleece, plus a utility pocket on the sleeve and two interior security pockets. This was built for that extreme weather.
Woolrich means quality outerwear, and the Woolrich Wetland Waterproof Coat is exactly that. First of all, you can squish it down into a lightweight mesh bag that has an adjustable handle and lock. But we think you’ll be wearing this a lot. Made of an all-polyester pain weave shell, it’s completely waterproof and fully seam sealed to underscore that water will stay out. The sleeve cuffs are adjustable, and thereps a yoke venting on the back. Plus it’s windproof. And you can machine wash it. Stay safe.