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The cold months are upon us and so is the season of giving. No matter who you are buying for, a nice winter jacket, pair of socks or beanie is the perfect option. We have a few items below that make wonderful gifts for the outdoors person in your life.

 

Carhartt Men’s Traditional Arctic Quilt Lined Coat (C26)

 

This extremely warm and comfortable coat is great for anyone spending a lot of time outside. It is one of Carhartt’s best selling coats. Lined with quilted nylon, it holds in heat while the cotton sandstone duck outside can endure the nastiest kinds of weather. There are plenty of pockets for storage and to keep hands warm. The contrasting colored collar adds a touch of something unique. It is available in Black, Carhartt Brown, Dark Brown and Moss.

 

Dickies Heavyweight Quilted Fleece Hoodie (TW394)

If you’re looking for a gift not quite as expensive or heavy as a coat, this Dickies Hoodie could be the best option for you. Available in black or grey, this fleece lined hoodie is great for wearing alone or under a coat. The hand warmer pockets are perfect for enduring the cold wind while the ribbed knit cuffs & waistband keep the wind out.

 

Wigman Heavyweight Fully Cushioned Boot Socks

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Wigwam knows socks. These super warm, thick socks are made of wool, acrylic, nylon & olefin. Did you know that wool is the best sock material for those that wear boots often? It keeps your feet dry & comfortable all day long. These grey socks with a black accent are available in M, L & XL. They offer all over cushioning and a fortified sole. Who wouldn’t want a pair of made in America socks for Christmas?!

 

Occunomix Two Tone Reflective Beanie

This hat is perfect for cold weather due to the extended fabric around the ears.You can purchase the hat in high-visibility colors or in grey. The rib knit material is comfy and warm and the stripe of reflective material adds safety while you’re outside.

 

 

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When you’re out on the jobsite trying to earn enough money to put a little food on your plate, there are few things you should pay more attention to than your feet. Without your feet, you might find it difficult to keep those pay checks rolling in. As I’m sure you already know, owning a good pair of quality work boots is always a smart move, but what about socks? Personally, I use Carhartt socks, especially during the winter months. They’ve always done a great job of helping to keep my feet warm, dry and comfortable, and unlike a lot of other brands, a good Carhartt sock will last for years.

One the best Carhartt socks available today is their Cold Weather Boot Sock. Made from such materials as hi-bulk acrylic and worsted wool, this sock is sure to keep your feet toasty and warm throughout the long, winter months. This Carhartt sock is also treated for anti-odor, so don’t worry about stinking the house up when you get home from work. I bought a few pairs of these socks last fall when the weather started to turn, and I’ve been wearing them constantly ever since. They’re available in different colors as well, including charcoal heather, navy and gray.

Carhartt also offers a Cold Weather High Performance Boot Sock. What sets these heavyweight socks apart from the rest are all the “high-tech” features they offer, including supports to keep them in place and a spandex reinforced welt. They also offer all the same bells and whistles that come standard on the Cold Weather Boot Sock. In the world of Carhartt socks, these are what you might call “top shelf.” I own just one pair, but sinking my feet into them once a week is real treat.

If your feet tend to sweat more than most, you might also want to take look at Carhartt’s Heavyweight Wool Boot Socks. They’re made from Merino wool, which provides natural moisture management and itch-free comfort. It does this by utilizing knit-in channels to transport any moisture away from the foot. I’m lucky enough to have a pair of feet that doesn’t sweat too much, so I don’t actually own a pair of these socks. But if I know anything about Carhartt socks, I’m sure they work great. If you happen to try them out, please leave us a comment here on the blog letting us all know how they worked out.

Carhartt also makes socks for the spring and summer, so don’t limit yourself to wearing them only during the winter. My sock drawer is full of Carhartt socks, and I probably wear a pair just about everyday of my life. I hope you’ll check their selection out today, as I’m sure you’ll be impressed!

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