NosiLife’s Sherman Gilet protects against monsoons and mosquitoes

Hunters, fishers, adventurers and outdoor enthusiasts are often out in the bush and require quick access to specific pieces of gear. Whether it be a knife, torch or camera, having fast access to your equipment is vital. But you don’t always necessarily have room in your pockets or the time to reach into your bag, so what’s an intrepid traveller to do?

Ditch the excess baggage and keep the essential equipment close to your chest with NosiLife’s new lightweight multi-pocket performance Sherman Gilet. Manufactured by Craghoppers and featuring 13 useful pockets including pen, seven zipped security pockets and a fry bag pocket, NosiLife has ensured that your indispensable tools won’t go missing and are never far from hand when you’re wearing this vest.

Designed to keep you cool and protected, the Sherman Gilet vest uses fabrics that keep you cool on the move and fresh in the most of intense humid environments. While the inner fabrics effectively move moisture away from the skin and evaporate it over a large surface area, the SolarShield shell provides protection from the sun and harmful UV rays.

The vest features NosiLife’s patented insect repellent technology, so you won’t have to worry about mosquitoes and other bitting insects. The breakthrough textile innovation has been tested by independent testing laboratories around the world and woven into the fabric to repel flying pests for life.

For years, NosiLife has been the first choice for hot-climate travellers who need cool, comfortable, easy-care travel clothing complete with top-notch technologies. Lightweight and tough, NosiLife gear is designed to combat everything from monsoons to mosquitoes.

The NosiLife Sherman Gilet retails for around $150 and is available in black and pebble offerings from good outdoor stockists, including Anaconda, David Jones, Trek & Travel, Fishing Tackle Australia, Bunyips Great Outdoors, Lifestyle Mens, Annapurna, Lodens Saddleworld, Armidale Outdoors and Bluesky Wangaratta.

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