There is an old Canadian Airborne Infantry proverb: Pack light freeze at night.
Now you can pack light and skip the freeze at night part. This will take the edge off enough while you're on stove or radio watch so at least it doesn't suck as much.
There is nothing like this of its kind available on the market. The Woobie Onesie, affectionately know as the Woobsie you'll pull through any winter ex without any issues. Well no issues with being warm and stylish anyway. Its hands down the lightest, warmest, piece of snivel kit you'll ever own.
Made from the same material as the iconic poncho liner. It is water resistant and insulates when wet. You can't ask for much more from a piece of kit. This will be your new go to at the top of your valise.
The planned design allows for slotted access where your cargo pockets are and waist pockets allow you to throw this over what your wearing and still access your pocket snacks, maps, glove, toque or whatever else you got in there.
We are the first manufacture in North America to add Velcro patches on the arms for unit and IR Identifiers or moral patches because we all know it sucks less when you look cool doing it. The planned design also has access slots under the velcro to access your arm pockets while wearing it over top of your combats. Pair this with our new exclusive Wooobie Hoodie you be as snug and arm a bug in a rug.
This isn't just for winter ex's and soldiers on stove watches. Its also for the outdoor individual who appreciates that thin line between hard and stupid. Its right at home on belay stands and alpine routes. Stuck on long wet motorcycle ride in fall we got you covered. No need for a heated vest when you got a Woobie Hoodie or Woobsie.
Standing in cold fall tree stands waiting to dart a big buck or fill the freezer just got a little more comfortable. The Woobsie is just as home in a duck blind in November. As it is on those short December days at the ski hill. Send it on cold bluebird daydreams in fresh champagne pow with your sled. Or simply just knee deep in a stream with a fly rod. Whatever you're doing outside this piece of gear will be a game changer for weight vs. warmth.
It may have been designed by soldiers but its not just a soldiers coat.
Keep away from open flame do not smoke in this thing its made from a ripstop polyester shell and insulated with polyester blends. Its not flame proof so big boy rules in this thing.
Available in the reverse DPM pattern seen on the Canadian Airborne Regiment jump smocks from 1975-1995