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Gill Introduces New Offshore Women’s Jacket and Bib Trousers

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Buford, GA – Overlooked by many fishing apparel companies, Gill is proud to announce a new fishing rain suit built by women, for women, with myriad features to keep female anglers dry, safe, and comfortable no matter the conditions.

Gill’s new OS24JW was designed and built to be the final word in on-the-water comfort. Advanced composite waterproof fabric featuring a combination of hydrophobic and hydrophilic technologies efficiently transport moisture away from the skin while keeping the wearer 100% protected from the elements. Whether it’s chasing tuna in rocking offshore swells, trolling the Great Lakes, or a backwoods foray into the Canadian wilderness, one trip in the jacket and you’ll understand why the feedback has been so positive from Gill’s extensive female angler test staff.

With a mostly female product design team, Gill created the OS24JW from the ground up. After extensive testing, this women’s jacket was created to keep you warm and dry on, off, or around the water.

Features include fully tapered seams, laminated moisture-management fabric technology, a high, fleece-lined collar to keep the wind out, double adjustable cuffs for added water resistance and warmth, interior pockets for small items like a cell phone, GPS, etc., and a high-vis hood for added safety and visibility on the water. The jacket also features a 2-way zipper protected by a double storm guard, as well as hand warmer pockets protected by YKK Aquaguard® water resistant zips and internal security pocket.

The bib technology also includes a specially-designed drop seat for easy on and off capability.

The OS24JW is available in Red, Graphite and White/Blue and is available in a wide variety of sizes to accommodate all female anglers. Bibs are a matching graphite colorway.

Launched in conjunction with plans to outfit the North American fishing market, Gill is excited to extend its product line for women and is confident about the S119 season.

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