Snow Peak Insect Shield Parka

May 19, 2016

Category: Gear

Nothing’s worse than getting infiltrated by insects while attempting to enjoy a weekend getaway in the wilderness. Without the right repellent and gear, that relaxing trip to the woods quickly becomes a game of whack-a-mole on your arms and legs as you try to kill every living mosquito the lands upon your bare skin. Well, now it’s time to outsmart these pesky airborne pests with the Snow Peak Insect Shield Parka.

Each jacket is made from a super fine mesh fabric that provides an effective way of keeping any and all mosquitos off your body without making you overheat. Perfect for enjoying those warm summer nights without the itch. The jacket comes with a hood and zips all the way up with a mesh bug net to protect your face from insect bites. It even comes finished with an insect repellent finish to prevent the little buggers from even closing in on you. There’s a pair of front pockets for extra storage as well. The Shield Parka is available now in four different colors. Prices start at $175. [Purchase]

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