First Look: Nomad Cottonwood Collection

posted on October 20, 2020
Getting a little chilly in your neck of the woods? Check out the Cottonwood Collection, from Nomad. With a fleece construction and windproof technology, the Cottonwood Collection is designed to keep you both warm and quiet. Boasting a half-zip top, pants and a baselayer crew shirt, the Cottonwood Collection offers protection from top to bottom.

The Cottonwood half-zip top is made from 100-percent polyester, with heavyweight Berber. A wind proof liner is added, to keep out the biting breeze, while a Sherpa fleece-lined hood with a three-piece design keeps heat from escaping out the top. Side zips make it easy to slide on and off, while ample pockets, and even a kangaroo pouch, provide easy access storage space. Finally, the half-zip is compatible with safety harnesses, and features a center-back neck-zip opening. Available in RealTree Edge or Mossy Oak Break Up Country. MSRP: $179.99

The Cottonwood pants are crafted with the same Berber construction for warmth, and the same windproof liner. An elastic waistband has been added for comfort and adjustability. It additionally features EMMAGRAB technology to hold pants in place, though a removable elastic bib with suspenders can also assist in that, if need be. For a maximized range of motion, a gusseted crotch and articulated knees are made in. Available in RealTree Edge or Mossy Oak Break Up Country. MSRP: $179.99

Finally, the Cottonwood crew shirt features heavyweight 350 GSM high pile knit construction for heat retention and comfort, factors very important in a baselayer. Made with a 100-percent polyester body and 92-percent polyester, 8-percent spandex insert, the baselayer crew is meant for layering up or down on cold fall or winter days. It boasts an anti-microbial design, can be put on or taken off easily, thanks to sleeves with reversed smooth sides out. Available in Charcoal Grey. MSRP: $80

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