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CARHARTT X THE WEATHER CHANNEL
When it comes to protecting hardworking people from all types of weather conditions, no one does it better than Carhartt and The Weather Channel. Before, during, and after the storm, on-air meteorologists on The Weather Channel like Jim Cantore, Stephanie Abrams, Reynolds Wolf, and Jen Carfagno count on Carhartt’s durable and versatile gear to keep them out in field doing their job in any condition under the sun and whatever blows in on a windy day. Winter, spring, summer, fall. Rain, sleet, snow, wind, and every temperature between the coldest of cold and record-breaking heat, Carhartt and The Weather Channel are helping you outwork the elements with Rain Defender®, Storm Defender®, Yukon Extremes, and Force gear.