Anyone who has been outside in the summer knows that mosquitoes absolutely love arms and necks. Even just a twenty minute walk outdoors can leave a person looking like they have hives all of theirs arms and neck. This is why our friends at LHD Inc. created the new Bug Jacket!
This jacket is designed to specifically protect the wearer's arms, torso, and neck from mosquitoes and black flies. Unlike other bug jackets that completely cover the face and require the wearer to remove the entire jacket when eating or drinking, this jacket features a hood that allows the wearer to eat and drink without having to remove the jacket! To protect your face, simply slip on one of our mosquito head nets, and you will be completely protected from mosquitoes and pests!
The sleeves, waistband, and hood all have shock cords that allow the wearer to tighten the jacket to ensure a perfect, snug fit that will completely block out mosquitoes.
Material: 400 holes per square inch mosquito netting
Chest size: Up to 50 inch chest
Sleeve length: 24 inches
Torso length (bottom of neck to waist band): 23 inches
Weight: 3.8 ounces
What can this jacket be used for?
- Surviving mosquitoes in the wilderness
- Wearing while fishing on the banks of local lake.
- Protecting your arms, torso, and neck while doing yard work.
It s a great product ,it worked excellent Especially how you guys made the face closed it helped a lot plus the fact it’s made in the USA thanks for your product
Have not yet used but customer service was great.
I ordered a size large and it is really big on my frame, but it works as advertised... No bug bites this week!
My bad, I meant to make it 5 stars not 4 stars, but I clicked the wrong button. I don't know if you can edit that or not. Sorry! - Abe
Good for bugs, bad for midget arms
I dont get the point of the open face but I were a head net anyways. Works good for keeping bugs out. The sleeves are kind of long though. Of course I'm only 5'3" so a lot of stuff has long sleeves for me! :P Anywho. Thanks again for the free head net, Trevor! I will be back for more stuff soon!