ATLANTA — Duofold, maker of performance base layer products, is outfitting Yellowstone National Park’s outdoor employees for harsh winter conditions. The brand, which made its first product donation in 2005 to Yellowstone, shipped its Varitherm performance base layer tops and bottoms to the park’s headquarters in Wyoming in early November.
During the winter, Yellowstone employs more than 100 rangers, researchers and maintenance workers who work primarily in outdoor conditions overseeing and maintaining its roads, trails, structures and research projects.
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