New Line in Foul Weather Gear by Point Loma Outfitting

Press Release
Thursday, May 03, 2012

New SLAM Force 4 Series foul weather gear at Point Loma Outfitting

Point Loma Outfitting has announced the arrival of SLAM’s new and improved Force 4 Series of foul weather gear.

Point Loma Outfitting, a leading store in specialized apparel for life on the water, is the largest retailer of SLAM sailing clothing in the United States and offers a long line of premier technical gear and sportswear by the Italian company. Next in line from the Force 3 series, SLAM’s Force 4 series features improvements to further increase comfort and enhance performance.

SLAM’s Force 4 Jacket is a 3-layer sailing garment that’s extremely waterproof, yet breathable, with adjustable neoprene closures around the neck, cuffs, and waist to create watertight seals around the jacket. There are zipped double pockets on the sides to secure small tools and the double-zip front closure ensures secureness and comfort from splashing water.

The bright yellow hood increases visibility during rescue situations, while the clear patches located along the hood’s edges won’t inhibit peripheral vision. Specific to the Force 4 series, the jacket has mesh pockets with removable pads in the elbows to prevent injuries and increase comfort while crawling along the deck. The jacket is available in silver or red.

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