foul-weather gear


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Noun1.foul-weather gear - protective garment that is intended to keep the wearer dry and warm in bad weather
protective garment - clothing that is intended to protect the wearer from injury
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foul-weather gear

[ˌfaʊlweðəˈgɪəʳ] Nimpermeables mpl
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Around mid-evening, the winds picked up and some serious thunderstorms rolled in, prompting me to dig out my foul-weather gear as lightning flashed in the sky, wind howled and a sideways rain pelted me.
Foul-weather gear and flotation devices were not up to the standards of today.
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Most of us wear overall-style foul-weather gear so we don't get soaked.
Choose from waterproof, insulated foul-weather gear to keep precipitation, wind and cold at bay, or snug base layers for warm days when moisture management means wicking away sweat instead of keeping the elements out.
Foul-weather gear built on microporous, breathable membranes such as Gore-Tex are more expensive--generally two to three times that of the PVC products.
[10] Regardless of the weather forecast, always keep essential foul-weather gear in your pack.
We were supplied with some basic team kit and a full set of Musto's best ocean-racing foul-weather gear. However, my personal preference has always been for Gill.
of Montgomery, Ill., which makes waterproof and foul-weather gear used by hunters.
About once a week, agents Bobbie Banan and Mel Goldsmith of Michael Saunders & Company shed suits and dress shoes for rubber boors and foul-weather gear and pilot a Carolina skiff across Sarasota Bay to show their most unique listing.
We followed safety procedures and had the correct foul-weather gear and, of course, our life-jackets."