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Neck Warming Wrap Chill Killer

Chill Killer Made of highly insulated, warmth generating, durable material, the Chill Killer provides exceptional insulation and wind blocka

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Chill Killer Made of highly insulated, warmth generating, durable material, the Chill Killer provides exceptional insulation and wind blockage with an added feature that allows readily available warming patches to be inserted into pockets inside.


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Neck Warming Wrap Chill Killer

OK...  We've all been there. It's the dead of Winter and you're at your favorite sporting event, taking a ride on your hog or tackling that 30 pounder on a Sunday ice fishing binge!
And your freezing your butt off!   

Well.... Those days are long gone! The Chill Killer has arrived! 

Made of highly insulated, warmth generating, durable poly fleece material, the Chill Killer
provides exceptional insulation and wind blockage with an added feature that allows readily available warming patches to be inserted into pockets inside. The combination of high density fiber and the extra warmth generated by standard warming patches makes the Chill Killer a cozy and toasty piece of apparel.  *One Size Fits All . *Use common hand warmer packets for extra cold climates.


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Chill Killer Keeps me warm for hours

by Rob Behnke on Oct 18, 2010

Just a follow up on the chill killer I recently purchased. One thing about being in the outdoors is actually enjoying the entire time in the outdoors. I love the fall season and the chill Killer is allowing me to be in nature longer each day. I am also a bow hunter and the past couple of weekends have been awesome sitting through the daylight and not being afraid of the 'chills' chasing me away. My hands to my feet were relaxed and not tense from shivers. I no longer have to deal with gloves as the temperatures and sun drop into the night. I have tried hand warmers in my pockets and these work great but what about my feet? So I put feet warmers in my boots, then what about my head? So you put on a tassel cap. With the chill killer I don't need any of the above, just the chill killer and two hand warmers keep me comfortable for hours. Thanks to your chill killer I am able to enjoy more of what I love. Thank you Rob Behnke

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by icipro from Carbondale, CO 81623 on May 20, 2010

GEAR REVIEWS Chill Killer $19.95 www.chillkiller.com My friend Dave Meyer started the conversation by saying that his father is a little eccentric, then went on to describe how his father’s Chinese herbalist decided that he was allergic to the cold, and so now he takes care to keep his neck covered. Always. “It’s hard to argue with thousands of years of knowledge,” Dave said, belaying me as I shivered up the dark side of a crag. “I made my peace 10 or 15 years ago with the idea that my father will be in shorts and a T-shirt, and a neck gaiter.” Well, I think I am allergic to the cold, too. You people for whom it is warm out, please don’t rub it in. Last week we had six inches of snow. The day before yesterday, sleet. It has also rained all spring. Some of you are sharing these conditions, and others of you are going up high, into cold temps any time of year. I don’t circulate, or at least my fingers don’t. I am not only miserable in the cold but disgustingly weak, as blood flow and muscles constrict. So I use any trick in the book for keeping warm at the crags: wool hat, parka, Thermos full of hot lemonade or Tang (no caffeine), chemical handwarmers in wristbands, and usually a handwarmer dropped into a chalkbag. I buy handwarmers in bulk. I also realized, a bit late, that it helps to keep the neck warm, so I wear zip T-necks and sometimes carry a fleece scarf. The latest bit of such catnip to me is the Chill Killer neck gaiter, developed in Wisconsin, where they know cold as well. This poly fleece neck gaiter, which wraps on with a Velcro closure, insulates and literally warms you: two interior pockets hold heat packs. As clouds gathered yesterday, I pulled a parka on, as usual, and strapped on the gaiter while belaying in the chill shade. I soon felt warmer, not just under the neck wrap but above and below it. The wrap covers the vital thyroid and carotid-artery areas of the neck, down onto the collarbone. Once warmed, these areas appear to spread the joy, and the converse happens when they are chilled. The Chill Killer neck wrap cooks up well, and feels great, genuinely providing extra warmth. I didn’t exactly like the Velcro closure bunching behind while tipping my head back to belay, but soon got used to it, and it’s a fair trade for not having to take off a hat or helmet while on-offing the gaiter for pitches. So far this item seems to have been used mostly by hunters and snowmobilers, with some pro football players thrown in. But it is on this climber’s list of anodynes in the cold. Who am I to argue with thousands of years? —AO ________________________________________ Alison Osius Executive editor, Rock and Ice magazine Columns editor, Trail Runner magazine 417 Main Street, Unit N Carbondale, CO 81623 Phone 970.704.1442 x 111 [please note that this is new: extension used to be 11] Fax 970.963.4965

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by a member from Chicago, IL. on May 14, 2010

The Chill Killer Neck Warmer is one of those new products that help keep you warm when you most need it. Whether ice fishing or turkey hunting, the longer I can stay comfortable in the outdoors, the more successful and enjoyable my outings are. The last thing I want is a trip ruined from not dressing for the elements. The Chill-Killer does exactly what its named for--it kills the chills. Larry Ladowski MidWest Outdoors 1-800-606-3474 x106 lladowski@midwestoutdoors.com

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by Billy Carmen from Michael F. Hupy on May 12, 2010

I saw Dan Small (host of Outdoor Wisconsin) wearing a new piece of winter clothing the other day that I was extremely impressed with. It's called the Chill Killer and it takes the place of a scarf. It comes in orange, black and camo.

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