First Look: ThermaSeat Infusion

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posted on December 30, 2019
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Deer may run in the light rain, but there's little more that makes a hunter want to stay indoors than a bone-chilling damp. Fortunately, with the Infusion, from ThermaSeat, at least one part will stay warm and comfortable. A seat cushion designed around three barriers, the Infusion is the perfect companion for a long sit. The first of these, termed the earth barrier, is an inch-thick layer of rigid, closed-cell foam serving as moisture protection. The next barrier, comfort, is a 1 5/8-inch layer of urethane Comfotek foam. Finally, the thermal barrier is a 3/8-inch layer of closed-cell Softek foam, for added warmth. For more information on this cushion, which comes in two sizes and can be finished either in Realtree XTRA or Mossy Oak, please visit thermaseat.comMSRP: $32.99-63.99


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