Extreme Cold Weather Gear

Our extreme cold weather gear items are sourced from military surpluses around the world!

Brave The Elements In Style With Genuine Military Cold Weather Gear

The majority of our cold weather gear is genuine USGI surplus. Authentic military cold weather gear represents some of the best gear you can buy to prepare yourself for extreme cold. Much of the extreme cold weather clothing we offer is designed and engineered by the US military to be able to protect soldiers from extremely cold environments for very long periods of time. This includes special considerations to ensure soldiers can stay warm and dry in even the most frigid temperatures. We track down the warmest military cold weather gear and clothing we can get our hands on to offer you the best selection of extreme cold weather gear on the planet. You'll find many of these items are offered in both used and new conditions to give you even more cost-saving opportunities. Browse our selection below - and be sure to check back often as new items are frequently added to our store!
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FAQs

What Does the Military Wear in Wintry Weather?

In wintry conditions, military personnel don cold weather gear, which typically includes insulated coats, hats, gloves, boots, and sometimes specially designed insulated clothing to combat the cold.

What Is the Proper Layering of Army Cold Weather Gear?

Proper layering of Army cold weather gear involves a structured approach. The base layer comprises lightweight materials like wool or synthetic fleece, followed by an insulating layer made from thicker wool or down. Finally, the outer layer is crafted from windproof and waterproof fabric to shield against the elements.

What Is Level 2 Cold Weather Gear in the Army?

Level two cold weather gear serves as a mid-weight base layer that can be used instead of level one in temperatures above freezing or in combination with level one in freezing climates for enhanced insulation. Additionally, these garments are designed to wick moisture away from the body.

How Cold Is Too Cold for Army Physical Training (PT)?

Army PT sessions are typically canceled when temperatures drop below -20 degrees Fahrenheit, and wind chills reach levels below -30 degrees Fahrenheit. Safety considerations lead to such cancellations in extremely cold conditions.

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