Rocky's Pro Hunter Collection

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posted on June 24, 2010
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The Rocky Pro Hunter collection gives outdoorsmen the perfect weapon for defeating the elements. Rocky apparel designers completely reinvented the Pro Hunter collection for 2010, adding sophisticated athletic styling.

Available in a parka and bib—with or without insulation and always dependably waterproof—the Pro Hunter series for men and children will stand up to the test of heavy rain and snow without breaking your budget.

Pro Hunter Collection Specs:
• Waterproof breathable shell
• Multiple-pocket design
• Athletic styling
• Comfort features: elastic cuffs, waist draw cords, adjustable leg cuffs
• Mesh lining or polyfill insulation
• MSRP: $70-$90

The Pro Hunter collection will be available in the new Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity pattern. Featuring unprecedented depth, unequalled detail and elements with remarkable contrast, Break-Up Infinity truly offers hunters another dimension in camo.

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