Stormr’s Strykr Jacket provides hard-core protection
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There are any number of good reasons for anglers to take a long hard look at the new-for-2014 Strykr Jacket from Stormr – not least among them the five pounds of positive buoyancy incorporated into its construction.
The Strykr is a hard-core piece of weather gear designed to withstand the harshest of conditions, so the added floatability factor will likely be a key consideration in any purchasing decision.
Add this to a whole list of other features designed to defy the harshest of conditions and it’s easy to see why the US specialist in outdoor gear rates this new jacket so highly.
Leaving little to chance, the Strykr is made up of three layers. The base fleece provides warmth as well as wicking away moisture; a four-way stretch neoprene layer increases heat retention without inhibiting mobility; and the windproof, waterproof exterior beads water on impact.
Stormr’s credentials as a specialist manufacturer of warm, durable clothing is further evidenced by the use of abrasion resistant material in high contact areas, internal neoprene cuffs and an extended interior collar. The wrist, waist and hood are all adjustable to ensure maximum comfort.
Other features in the form-fitting design include PU welded splash-proof pockets, non-corrosive splash-proof zipper, full length interior storm flap, glued and thermal taped seams, two chest gear pockets, two fleece-lined, waterproof exterior pockets with non-corrosive zippers, two interior mesh gear pockets and two D-rings for accessories or kill switch tethers.
Strykr says that a camo version of the jacket is in the pipeline for the autumn/fall of this year.
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