On Monday, January 6th, a weather phenomenon called a Polar Vortex (which if you ask me sounds like a new sports drink flavor) dipped down from northern Canada and covered the entire midsection of the US. At our home office in Dodgeville the temperature was -18° F with wind chills in the -20s and -30s.
We ran our own little backyard experiment to see how warm it is underneath our Expedition outerwear. Using a simple indoor/outdoor digital thermometer, we wired the sensor under the jacket. Then we set out to brave the elements and document that our outerwear can handle Mother Nature’s worst. Guaranteed. Period.®
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