Clam Ice Fishing Clothing - Beat The Cold In Clam
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Clam Ice Fishing Clothing – Beat The Cold In Clam

Clam Ice Fishing ClothingYou can’t beat clam ice fishing clothing. It’s the best ice fishing body gear around. Perfectly tailored to keep you toasty warm on those cold ass winter days out on the ice.

When you go out on the cold lake you want to make sure that you dress in layers. If your wearing layers of clothing you can start shedding them if you get to warm and put them back on if you start getting too cold. That’s a good idea anytime you are going to be outdoors in the winter time. The more active you get the warmer you will become. It’s a good rule of thumb.

Now that I explained how to put the clothing on and off let’s start getting you dressed. With some Clam ice fishing clothing. I promise I won’t look! 🙂

Base Layer – Most Important Articles of Clothing

Before the base layer, you are buck naked. The base layer is important because it is right over your skin and you want something that is comfortable yet absorbent. You want to keep your skin dry especially when you are out in the cold ice fishing. If your skin gets wet you could get a case of hypothermia and you don’t want that to happen. It could be life-threatening.

Poly Bottoms Base Layer

Clam has two different bottoms to choose from in their IceArmor line of clothing. Poly bottoms and The Sub Zero. The poly bottoms are made of 180 gram brushed fleece lining. They are anti-microbial with a smooth outside finish. They come in sizes from medium to double extra large.

Poly bottoms with stirrups on the bottom of the legs and they have natural moisture wicking to keep you dry and warm. They also have a smooth outside finish. You can pick a pair of these up for $34.99.

Sub Zero Bottoms Base Layer

Sub Zero BottomsThe other pair of base layer bottoms that Clam sells is called the Sub Zero. These are about double the price of the poly bottoms but they are thicker and warmer than the poly bottoms. The sub-zero is made out of 300 grams of high pile fleece. They have an anti-static finish.

They have the moisture wicking technology like the poly bottoms. These bottoms are extremely warm but won’t leave you all sweaty when wearing them. The bottoms come with stirrups at the end of the legs. They are anti-microbial like the poly bottoms and they come in sizes medium to triple extra large.

The Sub Zero bottoms are priced at $69.99 to $86.82 depending on the size you order.

Poly Top Base Layer

For the base layer at the top half of your body Clam has The Poly Top and The Sub Zero Top. The poly Top has the same features as the poly bottoms. The only difference is it’s a top.

They come in Medium to double extra large. The poly top comes long sleeved and keeps you warm. The price for the poly top is the same as the bottoms at $34.99.

Sub Zero Base Layer Top

Sub Zero TopNext, we have the Sub Zero Top by Clam. The sub-zero has a lot of the same features as its counterpart to the bottom. Comes in long sleeve and sizes medium to triple extra large.

They also come with a front left chest zip pocket and elastic cuffs that are snug to keep the warmth in. Also comes with a zipper on the breast. Price for this top is $69.99 to $86.82 depending on size.

Ascent Bibs

Ascent BibsNext, in our Clam ice fishing clothing wardrobe, we want to put on our bibs. Clam has some new colors this season in bibs which are charcoal black and green black combinations. These are called Clam Ascent Float Bibs. They literally can float and they are breathable at the same time. They are made out of 300 denier fabric and it’s windproof and waterproof.

The liner is removable only weighs 150 grams and is made out of Thinsulate for extra warmth. The bibs are very mobile and flexible so you won’t have a problem moving around in the ice house when you need to grab bait, poles, and wrestling that monster fish when you get it on the line.

The bibs have a motion float technology that adds to their buoyancy. Adjustable inseam with storm gaiters and a fast drainage system in case you fall through the ice and get waterlogged. They come with adjustable nylon suspenders.

Also comes with a cell phone pocket that is waterproof. A two-way waist height leg zippers and a two-way magnetic storm flap with front zip. Also has zippered pockets to warm your hands. They come in sizes small to 5x large. The price for a pair of these Clam bibs is $359.99.

The Clam Extreme Advantage Parka

Clam Extreme Advantage ParkaNow you will want to put on the parka or jacket depending on what part of the country you live on. Introducing the Extreme Advantage Parka. This is a very warm and breathable parka. It is littered with pockets that can hold all your favorite ice fishing gadgets. The removable liner jacket is of 150 grams of Thinsulate.

Comes in blue/black and chart/blue color combos. The fabric is soft to the touch and is waterproof. For safety, it has reflective tape throughout. Comes with a waterproof pouch for your cell phone, two retractable D-rings on the chest for various accessories. It sports a magnetic fish towel release and a two-way magnetic storm flap.

It comes in sizes small to 5x large. The Clam Extreme Advantage Parka’s price is only $249.99. Not a bad price for this nice looking jacket considering everything that is on it.

That’s The Basics

We are now ready to do some serious ice fishing in our Clam ice fishing clothing. Besides the base layer and the outer layer, you will want to get yourself some warm boots, stocking hat, gloves/mittens, and warm socks. Clam makes most of these miscellaneous clothing items which I will write about in a future article.

Now you have the information you need to go out and purchase these warm and comfortable Clam ice fishing clothing. Don’t leave home without it.

Thanks for reading and as always if you have any questions or comments please leave them below and I will get back to you.

My name is Cory Haasnoot. I own a few websites. I'm a writer/editor of content on these sites. I live in Northwestern Wisconsin with my wife. I have 4 awesome children from a previous marriage. I enjoy fishing, hiking, sports such as basketball and football. When I'm not writing about these topics on my websites I'm out doing these things. I am fond of collecting coins and antiques. I'm a huge history buff and like to go metal detecting from time to time. Just always remember you can... Catch Your Fish and Eat it 2

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