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Outerwear meets climate conditions
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Jan '08
According to the American Red Cross' tips on staying safe in cold weather, in addition to dressing in warm layers, staying dry is important to avoiding emergencies such as hypothermia and frost bite this winter season.

Lands' End is releasing five easy tips for protecting against the sub-zero temperatures and preventing wintertime injuries.

"At Lands' End, we offer a full range of functional and fashionable outerwear options for adults and children. Each coat has an exclusive, designated temperature rating to guide the selection of a coat that meets the climate conditions," said Geoff Werner, Lands' End Vice President, seasonal apparel and footwear.

"Lands' End's extensive outerwear collection enables everyone to stay warm and dry at an affordable price and also takes the worry away."

Tip 1: Look for a strong outer layer
Look for a tightly woven outer layer when selecting a winter coat. Specifically, look for jackets, such as the Arctic 3-in-1 Parka, with strong, wind resistant shells to reduce the heat loss caused by extreme winds.

Lands' End has exclusive temperature ratings on all outerwear and icons showing whether each jacket is windproof, water resistant or waterproof, making it easy to find the right outerwear.

Tip 2: Stay dry with warm winter boots
Look for fashionable warm winter boots to keep feet dry and warm. A wide selection of Lands' End snow boots are antimicrobial to fight odor, are water/wear resistant, have at least 400 grams of insulation to fight the cold, and are available with 360 degrees reflective trim for added safety.

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