STORMR Stealth Teams with Heartland Waterfowl

STORMR Partners with Heartland Waterfowl
STORMR Partners with Heartland Waterfowl
Stormr Foul Weather Gear
STORMR Foul Weather Gear

Millville, NJ -(Ammoland.com)- It's a perfect partnership made for the rugged, wintertime conditions of the flooded fields and woods of the Midwest.

The Heartland Waterfowl crew is teaming with STORMR, makers of foul weather gear, for Season 2 of the most unique hunting show on television.

“I'm genuinely honored and humbled that Heartland Waterfowl will be representing STORMR's Stealth Series in our second season on Outdoor Channel,” said Ronnie Philips, who created HW along with partner Logan Burditt.

STORMR, the manufacturer of the highest quality outerwear for waterfowlers, bring their high-quality product to life with The Heartland Waterfowl team. STORMR is excited to enter year two of this relationship because of the great job they do in bringing top quality waterfowl hunting to the television viewers.

As virtually all hunters know, the waterfowler believes that the worse the weather the better the hunting. That is why the STORMR Stealth Series is becoming a favorite for the waterfowl community. The STORMR Stealth series ensures you're able to move quickly to get the gun on ducks winging over the decoys with Neoprene Core Technology. STORMR is owned by Henderson Sports Group, which has manufactured neoprene for half a century and understands the material's unique abilities.

STORMR Stealth Series Jacket & Bib
STORMR Stealth Series Jacket & Bib

The resulting Stealth series provides maximum comfort and maneuverability-along with superior thermal benefits-in a thin, soft, flexible, wind and waterproof shell. It is a one-of-a-kind product found nowhere else on the market.

To guarantee head-to-toe protection, the Stealth line includes the Stealth Watch Cap Beanie, Stealth Jacket, Stealth Bib, Stealth Gauntlet Neoprene Gloves, and the Stealth Decoy Neoprene Gloves. Protect your entire body from the elements. Wearing StormR Stealth, hunters can stay longer and move freely without the bulk of extra layers. Serious hunters know that means more ducks.

Ronnie Phillips further adds, “Aside from working with thorough, prompt, ethical individuals, there is not a better waterfowl outerwear than that of the Stealth by STORMR. This is innovative technology meeting the demands of rugged durability, protection from all weather elements and incredible comfort that all waterfowl hunters are seeking.

“On behalf of my partner Logan Burditt and the entire Heartland Waterfowl Team, we are forever grateful to STORMR for their support of HW and the foresight of providing the best outerwear for waterfowl hunters everywhere,” Ronnie said.

The team at Heartland Waterfowl (HW) tells their compelling story though creative filming and honest experiences. Visually, the show is unparalleled. They also incorporate and promote the true ethics of waterfowl hunting while endorsing the sport to women, children, and those less fortunate.

Don't miss an episode of Heartland Waterfowl's exciting second season, appearing three times a week on the Outdoor Channel on Mondays at 9:30 p.m., Thursdays at 5 p.m. and Saturdays at 1 a.m. Heartland Waterfowl is more than shooting limits.

For show information, video clips, schedules and bios, visit heartlandwaterfowl.com.

To learn more about STORMR Stealth products and to find a dealer nearby, visit http://stormrusa.com/series/stealth.

About STORMR

STORMR products use Neoprene Core Technology to adapt the benefits generations of divers have used to fight the elements to land-based and amphibious activities. If you hunt, fish in freshwater or salt, or participate in any outdoor activity that requires superior mobility in harsh environments, no other gear will allow you to remain as flexible in tough conditions as STORMR's clothing. No matter how you test Mother Nature STORMR's warmth, comfort and impervious construction gives you the edge you need to DEFY THE ELEMENTS.

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