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For protection from all things that bite like ticks, chiggers, mosquitoes and black flies, the Rynoskin insect protection suit from Har-Son Inc. has got you covered.

Rynoskin is extremely lightweight (1.2 pounds), breathable and is supposed to be worn underneath hunting clothes to provide 100-percent protection from biting insects as well as maximum stealth and comfort.


Contact: Har-Son Inc., Dept. PB, P.O. Box 10772, Midwest City, OK, 73140; (866) 934-7546; www.rynoskin.com.


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