Browning's New Shooting Apparel

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posted on August 24, 2010
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Browning continues to expand its line of shooting apparel and accessories to give the avid shooter more quality constructed, superior designed products to choose from to meet their needs in all types of weather conditions.

Ballistic Insulated Shooting Jacket:
Browning's new Ballistic Insulated Shooting Jacket features a durable waterproof, windproof, breathable Pre-Vent outer construction that keeps hard core shooters dry and protected from the wind while the Thermolite insulation adds warmth. Oversized shell pockets feature magnetic closures that hold the pocket flaps open or closed. Double shooting patch accommodates both right-and left-handed shooters Browning's REACTAR pad pockets (pad sold separately) gives shooters added recoil reduction using the patented Beta Gel pad which reduces peak recoil up to 49 percent. Rib knit cuffs, a stand-up, zip-through collar, brushed tricot lining, adjustable cuffs with hook and loop closures and drawcord bottom are also featured. Available in Black/Green in sizes S-3XL, Suggested Retail, $119.95.

Mohave Short Sleeve NTS Shooting T-Shirt:
Browning's newest Shooting T-Shirt is constructed of 100 percent polyester moisture-wicking piquet fabric that is perfect for hot weather. OdorSmart technology kills odor-causing bacteria to control human odor. It features a crew neck and Claymaster and Buckmark logo embroidery. Available in Sand, Brown and Pine colors in sizes S-3XL, Suggest Retail $36.95.

Trapper Creek Shooting Gloves:
The latest in Browning's diverse line of shooting gloves, the new Trapper Creek model will be offered for both men and women shooters. Made of lightweight, soft brushed synthetic suede, they feature a stretch-mesh back for comfortable fit and enhanced air circulation. Available in Brown/Black for men in sizes S-2XL and in Brown/Pink for women in sizes S-XL. Both models washable, Suggested Retail, $24.95.

For more information, go to browning.com.

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