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Ben's Invisinet Bug Jacket & Mitts

Protect your arms, hands, head, and torso from swarms of insects with Ben's InvisiNet Bug Jacket & Mitts.
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Article number: 0006-7721
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Protect your arms, hands, head, and torso from swarms of insects with Ben's InvisiNet Bug Jacket & Mitts

Product Details
  • Protection from Mosquitoes, Ticks, & Biting Flies
    Keep mosquitoes, ticks, gnats, black flies, and other biting insects at bay. This mosquito netting seals bugs out and keeps you bite free when you're hiking, hunting, fishing, or gardening.
  • High Visibility Insect Netting
    Enjoy the scenery without the bugs. The hood features Ben's
  • Lightweight, Durable Bug Clothing
    Count on this bug jacket to hold up without slowing you down it weighs just 4 oz.! Durably constructed, the mesh is reinforced with nylon at the shoulders and waist where your pack sits.
  • Complete Insect Protection
    Protect your head and torso from itchy bug bites and insect-borne diseases. The mesh jacket's elasticized cuffs and hem create a secure barrier, while the mittens shield your hands from bugs.
  • Elasticized Hood with Zipper
    Trust the elasticized crown to hold the hood in place on your head or hat no matter your movement. The zippered neck provides easy access to your face for eating and drinking.
  • Convenient Pocket & Stuff Sack
    Keep your phone, bandana, wallet, or bug mittens in the pocket of your bug clothes for instant access. The pocket doubles as a stuff sack for the jackets and mittens.

Weight: 105 g (3.7 oz.)
Sack Dimensions: 16 x 11 x 6 cm (6.25" x 4.25" x 2.35")

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