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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-07-2011, 11:59 PM Thread Starter
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Ice Worm Coldweather suit?

A friend gave me a brand new cold weather suit that has no info with it. It's unusual but based on the same idea as the heater body suit. One major exception is that there are no shoulder straps to hold it up if you slip it off your shoulders. This is more like a long parka that has a zip off sleeping bag bottom on it. It also has a number of buckles on it. I figured out what a couple of them are for. If you unzip it from the bottom up to your waist, you can fold it back over your rear end to walk. I've never seen one of these. The tags just say Peerless Garments- Iceworm. It's in Advantage Camo. Does any one have one or seen one? Any info about it? I can find the Peerless website but there is nothing on there about this suit. It appears that Peerless is a Canadian company and this friend is form Canada. He aquired it and knows nothing about its use.

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-31-2017, 12:56 AM
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I contracted Peerless Garments to manufacture my Ice Worm parkas in 1995. Most of these were made for and sold to the Navy Seals out of Fort Bragg, NC for use in the Bosnian conflict by Seal Team snipers. Many others were sold by Cabelas and SIR of Winnipeg as well as many others sold at venues such as the SHOT Show in Las Vegas. I hope this helps you.
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Wow! I had no idea it was that old. I LOVE that thing. I used it goose hunting this morning and I'll be wearing it in my treestand Monday for the rifle opener. I think they'd sell well now. Make some more!

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