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This is how Special Operations Forces layer clothes for 40°F to -50°F


Both the Extended Climate Warfighter Clothing System and the Protective Combat Uniform were developed by the U.S. Military and outdoor industry as a system of clothes to be worn in a wide range of conditions from +40° and −60°F (+4° and -51° Celsius) for the Gen III ECWCS and +40° to -50°F (+4° to -46°C) for the PCU. Both systems are meant to protect users from rain, snow, wind, and cold during periods of inactivity and high intensity activity.
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