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RefrigiWear Announces Warmest Garments In Company History

DAHLONEGA, Ga., Aug. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- RefrigiWear is thrilled to announce the launch of our newest, warmest, most innovative line of insulated garments: Extreme Softshell (http://www.refrigiwear.com/extreme). This product line provides comfortable protection for temperatures down to -60°F—the only softshell apparel on the market with such a high level of protection against the cold.

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The Extreme Softshell Line provides over 500 grams of insulation (inner insulation plus outershell), making it RefrigiWear's warmest jacket and overalls. The products ensure you are comfortable and safe in the most extreme situations. Yet even in gaining warmth, you don't have to sacrifice flexibility or good looks with the durable softshell exterior, a style that has become very popular in lighter weight jackets for casual wear.

"Our new Extreme Softshell products represent the first time we have offered a comfort rating of -60°F," said RefrigiWear President and CEO, Ron Breakstone. "In addition, RefrigiWear's expertise in insulating clothing allowed us to make exceptionally warm softshell garments. This is a differentiation from other softshells on the market that offer a style that people love, but not protection in harsh environments, like cold climates or refrigerated warehouses."

Detailed features of the Extreme Softshell Jacket:

  • Water-repellent outershell with breathable fabric under the arms for increased comfort
  • Dual-zip with inner zipper to eliminate drafts and regulate temperatures
  • Two side zip pockets, left chest waterproof pocket and left arm waterproof pocket create plenty of storage space
  • Adjustable bottom band with snaps to add an extra layer of draft protection
  • Functional stand-up collar for extra warmth around the neck
  • Sleeve extensions with thumbhole cuffs to create a better seal against the cold
  • Velcro adjustable sleeve cuffs for the best fit and comfort
  • High-visibility reflective piping and accents to enhance safety

Detailed features of the Extreme Softshell High-Bib Overalls:

  • Two side zip welt pockets, front right chest waterproof pocket for cell phone or other sensitive items
  • Protective knee patches at a high-flex points to enhance comfort and durability
  • Kick plate at the back of pants to prevent wear and tear near boot heels
  • High-visibility reflective piping and accents to enhance safety
  • Adjustable suspenders, Velcro adjustable waist and Velcro adjustable bottom leg for a customized, comfortable fit

For more information on how the Extreme Softshell line and other RefrigiWear products can protect you from the cold, contact RefrigiWear at 800-645-3744 or e-mail us at [email protected].

About RefrigiWear

RefrigiWear, Inc. is the industry's leading manufacturer of insulated industrial work wear, accessories and personal protective equipment for use in subzero temperatures, inclement weather and low-visibility environments. For over 60 years, RefrigiWear has supplied the most demanding industries with insulated garments and accessories needed to keep workers warm, safe and productive. RefrigiWear is located in Dahlonega, Georgia, where many garments, bags and covers are manufactured.

Company Information

RefrigiWear, Inc.

54 Breakstone Drive

Dahlonega, GA 30533

Phone: 800-645-3744

E-mail: [email protected]

Website: www.refrigiwear.com

Media Contact: Desirae Dubey, RefrigiWear, Inc., 706-864-5757 x 235, [email protected]

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