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Baby, It’s Cold Outside!

by Amanda Vida

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Snowmageddon 2010

When most people think of winter approaching, it’s all snowmen, rosy cheeks, and hot chocolate. But for me, it’s a little different. I think of endless shoveling, 4 wheel drive, and walking my dog in 2 feet of snow. I was “lucky” to be one of many who experienced “Snowmageddon 2010,” a series of snow storms that hit the East Coast this past January and February.

But this year, I’ll be ready just in case Mother Nature pays us another blustery visit. And you can be too by designing your group’s event wear on any number of our warm and winter-ready products!

Hanes-Hooded-Sweatshirt How about the Hanes Hooded Sweatshirt for your Polar Bear Club swim. I mean, you do need to put something warm on after a frigid dip.  This heavy-weight hoody is 100% cotton and comes in 14 colors.  And to make it the ultimate winter must-have – the minimum quantity for ordering is only one.  So whether you’re a Polar Bear Club of 1 or 101, this sweatshirt is the perfect way to soften the bite of that winter chill.
Colorblock-Fleece-Jacket Maybe you’ve been inspired, rather than scarred (ahem), by the winter weather and are organizing a volunteer snow-shoveling group. Why not outfit your group in custom-designed Colorblock Fleece and Nylon Jackets?  This jacket features no-pill polyester thermal fleece and comes in 6 color combos.  And if you’ve read my earlier post about colorblocking, then you know you’ll stay warm and trend-right with this style.
Gildan Long Sleeve T-Shirts Timberline-Solid-Fleece-Vest For all of those not in danger of winter white-outs, we still have styles to keep your group warm – annual family Turkey Bowl anyone? Layer up with the Gildan Ultra Cotton Long-sleeve T and the Timberline Solid Fleece Vest.  The combination of the 100% cotton under poly fleece will keep you toasty but won’t hinder your awesome football skills…that’s the other team’s job!

With all of our great product options, you can tell Mother Nature to do her worst while your group stays warm all winter long!

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