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XGO – OCP DWR Rainsuit

(Southern Pines, NC) – For more than 15 years, XGO has been an industry leader in military next-to-skin base layer apparel and is now taking the first step into the outer layer clothing realm. Driven by customer requests and warfighter needs, XGO is proud to introduce their first outer layer system – 100% USA Made/Berry Compliant XGO 3N1 Rain Suit Developed using a 1.9 oz Rip Stop Nylon with a Durable Water Repellent (DWR) treatment. The 3 piece rain suit includes a DWR Jacket/Pant/Stuff sack that comes in at, total package, 1.25 lbs. Constructed to be worn over sub layers during wet and or windy conditions, this system will keep you dry and mission ready. The standalone stuff sack (Dims 13.5” x 12.5”) serves dual purpose as a storage bag for they 3N1 system and for other gear when the system is being worn.

For more gear specs, see below.

Gear Specs:
Fabric: 100% DWR Rip-Stop Nylon
Weight: 1.9 oz/sq. yd / 54 grams
Layer: Outer layers
Use: Over outer layers during wet and windy conditions
Fit: Loose Fit
Temp Range: Windy & Wet temps/environments

Features:
DWR Treated To Help Repel Wet Conditions
Large Jacket Cargo/Storage Pockets
Large Pants Cargo/Storage Pockets
No Shoulder Seams remove shoulder leakage and possible pack irritation
External Zipper Guard (jacket)
15″ Side Pants Zippers Allow For Easy On/Off donning and doffing Over Outer Layers + Boots
Internal Zipper Protective Guards
Shock Chord with Stoppers
Stand Alone Stuff Sack (Dims 13.5” x 12.5”)
100% USA Made & Berry Compliant!!!

MSRP – $300. Product available 4/1.

Check them out at proxgo.com and don’t forget that SSD readers get 35% off using code “SSD35

For more information please contact John Faherty – XGO Sales Director or Houston Brady – Senior Market Development Manager

4 Responses to “XGO – OCP DWR Rainsuit”

  1. YT says:

    The ability to button in a field jacket liner would be pretty dope.

  2. Luke says:

    Doesn’t mention a coating, assuming this has to be PU coated?

    • Strike-Hold says:

      It mentions that it has a DWR coating. So it’s water resistant, not waterproof.

      • Luke says:

        nearly all PU coated fabrics also have a DWR, so it could be both but that would be a glaring omission if they didn’t mention it. Given the state of modern DWRs this is better described as a wind suit than a rain suit if that is the case.

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