EMS Men’s Roundtrip Trek Full-Zip Fleece Jacket – Green – Size XXL

EMS Men's Roundtrip Trek Full-Zip Fleece Jacket - Green - Size XXL

EMS Men’s Roundtrip Trek Full-Zip Fleece Jacket – Green – Size XXL As fall unfolds, you pull out your trusted fleece to handle those chilly days, throwing it over a shirt or base layer for an autumn hike, the campgrounds€™ last few weeks, or your morning commute. Now with a heavier feel, EMS€™ Roundtrip Trek fleece exceeds the challenge, delivering even more warmth along with its familiar features, such as a marled knit look, brushed interior, and various pockets. Wear it as a cozy, laidback outer once the temperatures drop, and by winter, use it to hold onto body heat under a shell or weatherproof jacket. . . Made out of 287 gsm 100% polyester digital heather sweater fleece. Brushed fleece back creates a softer next-to-skin feeling. New, heavier material for more coverage and a more substantial feeling when you€™re outdoors. Marled look. 129 g/m2 100% polyester warp knit tricot pocket bags. Full-zip front with a zipper garage and a draft flap below to fully keep out the cold. Two zippered hand pockets. Two interior stash pockets give you a place to hold onto smaller items. A single zippered chest pocket keeps smaller items, such as a passport, close by and accessible. Flatlock seams reduce chafing and irritation. 2¾ in. double-layer self-fabric mock neck for more coverage against the cold. Paneled design offers a more ergonomic fitTag inside collar doubles as locker loop. 27½ in. center back length. EMS ice axe patch sewn on chest. Imported.

  • EMS Men’s Roundtrip Trek Full-Zip Fleece Jacket – Green – Size XXL

Our report6 ??showed that nearly one-third (31%) of parents believe they could do more to improve the health of their families. More than a third of families (35%) emphasized that they want to become more active next year, followed by 32% who want to lose weight. Parents, however, mentioned barriers that prevented them from improving the health of their families, such as time (24%), finances (21%) and motivation (20%).

Macdonald understands that there is a problem and explains that “obesity is a major and growing problem”. There are long-term implications that will affect the quality of the future life – this includes the dangers of diabetes. “We work with Macdonald to highlight four reasons why children benefit from participation in outdoor activities