Hodgman Launches Spring Outerwear
Springtime jackets keep anglers dry when needed most
Hodgman® is launching a new line of spring outerwear that keeps angler’s focus on the fish instead of the elements. The new Hodgman Aesis™ Shell Jacket and WadeLite® Jacket are keen on features that give anglers a better option to staying comfortable and staying power in any situation.
With weather patterns constantly changing like the wind, the spring lineup from Hodgman utilizes VTecH™ construction on both Aesis Shell and WadeLite jackets.
The Vapor Transfer Technology, VTecH, is both waterproof and windproof, allowing anglers the ability to withstand the heaviest of downpours without missing a cast. On both models, Hodgman uses three-layer VTecH construction, which is breathable and sealed with fully taped seams.
A three-way cinch hood that resists the most torrential downpours highlights the Aesis Shell jacket. With ample pocket space for anything an angler could need, the Hodgman Aesis Shell jacket comes in bronze and charcoal colors. Additional features include: ROM™ articulated fit and design for complete range of motion, Storm watertight cinch cuffs and inner security pocket.
The extreme lightweight designed WadeLite jacket has a durable three-layer ripstop V-TecH fabric construction with Sonic 2.0 seams. Perforated lazar cut arm vents allow air to move through the jacket, keeping anglers cool during those warm afternoons on the creek.