Anyone that has ever spent a winter in Michigan knows how unpredictable the weather can be. It can go from being sunny one minute to snow the next. At the same time, the one thing that is usually constant is the temperature. Now that December is fully here, the mercury is starting to drop as each day passes. One thing is for sure, if it doesn't feel cold to you yet, just wait another month or so.
With that being said, the best way to prepare for the cold that we will experience over the next few months here in Michigan is to get some Lions gear from Reebok. Not only will it be great to combat the frigid temperatures, but if you need any last-minute Christmas gift ideas, then this new Reebok gear will make for a great present to any Lions fan.
Reebok's "Zero Degrees" line is meant to keep you warm during the cold. To do that, there are four main items out there for sale right now or in the near future that will accomplish the goal of keeping you warm and toasty during the winter.
The first item from the line is a zip-up hoodie (top left) that feels lightweight when you wear it but keeps you very warm. I had the privilege of getting one of the hoodies and I must say, it is great. Like I said, it feels lightweight yet keeps you warm at the same time. On top of that, it has a hood, so if you're outside and the wind and snow are coming down on you, just put the hood up and your problems are solved.
The second item from the "Zero Degrees" collection is a knit hat. In case you don't have a hood handy, the knit hat is perfect for keeping your ears out of the cold. That is the one thing that is annoying with respect to the winter here in Michigan. No matter how much you bundle up, your ears always seem to be cold no matter what. Reebok's knit hat is perfect as it is comfortable and keeps your ears warm. The comfort part is what I liked most since it is hard finding a good hat for the winter.
The final two items from the "Zero Degrees" line are both jackets. The first is a midweight jacket (top middle) that will keep you warm and is not as heavy at the same time. The other is a heavy jacket (top right) that is meant for the harshest conditions. It looks like it'll definitely keep the snow and cold away.
One thing to keep in mind when you're watching NFL games this weekend is to look at what the players not in uniform and coaches are wearing on the sidelines. Almost all of them have one of the things mentioned above on, so you can get a great look at all of the new gear.
Thanks to Reebok for providing me with the zip-up hoodie and if you have any questions about any of the items mentioned above, feel free to shoot me an e-mail.