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Nothing makes a worse impression than a shoddily embroidered logo on a cheap jacket. That’s why Glacier Clothing Co., specializes in seam-sealed, waterproof embroidery on high-quality material from brands like Helly Hanson, Carhartt, Arc’teryx, Gore-Tex, Marmot, The North Face and more.

Not sure exactly what your team needs? Check out this guide to find out which type of technical jacket is best for you:

Technical Terms

Hardshell (aka Shell)

A preferred top layer because of their durability, hardshell jackets lack bulk but provide excellent protection from wind, snow and rain. Because they are lightweight and easily packable, hardshells are a must for any outdoor enthusiast. Despite the lack of insulation they’ll keep you dry from the lakeshore to the ski hill. Hardshell jackets are made with synthetic material and can include features like wrist and waist gaiters, goggle pockets and headphone ports.

Softshell

A preferred top layer because of their durability, hardshell jackets lack bulk but provide excellent protection from wind, snow and rain. Because they are lightweight and easily packable, hardshells are a must for any outdoor enthusiast. Despite the lack of insulation they’ll keep you dry from the lakeshore to the ski hill. Hardshell jackets are made with synthetic material and can include features like wrist and waist gaiters, goggle pockets and headphone ports.

Fleece

The synthetic alternative to wool, fleece jackets have long been a favorite for the warmth they provide without weighing you down. In the harshest winter conditions, fleece jackets are a great base layer, and in the fall to early winter are great on their own. Some fleece material, like Polartec, even maintains its warmth when wet. Fleece comes in a variety of weights, with a corresponding amount of warmth offered, and can be customized to include additional windproof or water-repellant technology for additional protection.

Insulated Jacket

Rugged and warm, insulated jackets are designed to keep you comfortable in the harshest conditions. Available in a variety of styles, including as a parka, ski jacket, or as a lighter-weight layering piece, insulated jackets are durable and commonly worn as the top layer. Insulated jackets are essential for cold-weather sports like skiing, snowboarding, ice climbing and winter mountaineering. The latest designs from top brands offered by Glacier Clothing Co., aren’t super bulky and can be easily bundled into a pack when venturing through changing conditions.

Breathable Fabrics

Designed using the latest garment technology, breathable fabrics push moisture away from the wearer, an especially helpful feature when you work up a healthy sweat. Glacier Clothing Co., offered a wide variety of products that utilize these fabrics. Call (406) 730-7787 to find the one right for you.