TrueTimber Introduces a Parka Line for Deer Hunters

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posted on October 17, 2019
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With a focus on the specific needs of deer hunters, TrueTimber has released a line of parkas sure to do the job this bow and rifle season. With patterns for the woods, wetlands, flatlands and everywhere in between, TrueTimber has a parka for almost any environment.


TrueSuede Down Parka
Insulated with TrueTimber's Pulse blend of goose and duck down (70:30 ratio), this parka boasts two hand warmers, two chest pockets and a zip-off hoodie. Combined with the low noise profile of TrueSuede, this is a parka targeted squarely at the bowhunting crowd, and is available in Kanati or Strata patterns. MSRP: $129.99


Tanakan Parka
Despite the Tanakan Parka's exterior being constructed from a 100% waterproof, breathable fabric shell, it still manages to offer 150-gram insulation in the body and 100-gram insulation in the sleeves. Additionally, a Tricot lining allows for quiet movements while its three-piece adjustable hood has drawstrings for ease of use. This parka is available in Kanati, Strata and Blaze. MSRP: $79.95


Waterproof TrueSuede Meritor Parka
This parka variation offers large cargo pockets, with handwarmer pockets inset behind them. TrueLoft insulation in the body and sleeves is relied upon to hold in the heat, while its namesake waterproofing promises to keep users dry. The Parka also offers a 3-piece adjustable hood in addition to inset knit cuffs with Velcro closure, and it available in Kanati. MSRP: $159.99


KeyaPaha 3-in-1 Parka
The KeyaPaha Parka offers a plush lining throughout the body and hood, in addition to Tricot-lined sleeves. A drawstring hood and knit cuffs offer a more customized fit for the parka, which is available in Blaze. MSRP: $119.95

For more information, please visit truetimber.com

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