Browning Announces XM Elite Line of Apparel

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posted on June 18, 2014
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New for 2014, Browning has announced its XM Elite apparel. The line utilizes premium fabrications that are designed to create the warmest, highest quality outerwear that the company can offer.

Included in the line are the XM Elite Soft Shell Jacket and Pant, as well as the XL Elite Rain Parka and Bib. Each new piece of apparel is 100 percent waterproof, windproof and breathable, having been crafted using Browning's Pre-Vent fabric.

The XM Elite Soft Shell Jacket and Pant feature Pre-Vent 3-Layer bonded fabric and fully taped seams.The jacket sports an attached hood, underarm pit-zips, a welded chest pocket, two large handwarmer pockets an internal storm flap. It will retail between $330 and $350. The Soft Shell Pant features a fully constructed waist with zippered fly, belt loops and no-slip rubberized strip. Hip pockets and the oversize pocket on right thigh all have a waterproof zipper closure. It will be available between $312 and $330.

The line's XM Elite PrimaLoft Rain Parka and Rain Bib are designed to survive when the weather is at its worst. Both items feature quiet Pre-Vent shell fabric and taped seams for complete waterproof protection. It has an easily detachable hood, large chest pockets with zipper closures and pocket flaps along with two large hand warmer pockets. It will ship with an MSRP between $360 and $380. The Rain Bib has a full length zipper for easy on and off and articulated knees for comfort and freedom of movement. It will be available between $330 and $360.

For more information, go to Browning.com.

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