Dressing Down for Fall

This year many of us faced an absolute bear of a summer. Record temperatures were recorded all across the country and those of us with common sense responded by moderating our exercise and by dressing appropriately. However, as summer nears its nadir, we would all be better off thinking ahead to fall. Our Marine Corps clothes suited those of you who wanted to keep cool during the oppressive heat of the summer and our Marine Corps clothing can help you adjust to the soon to come drop in temperatures. Our outerwear such as our hoodies, jackets embossed with the Marine Corps emblem and other clothing can keep you warm while making a statement about your patriotism. Here are some general tips you may wish to use to prepare for the approach of fall.

  • Wear layers: Coats, jackets and sweaters worn in combination can help you retain your body heat and avoid succumbing to wind chills.

  • Use headwear: We lose much of our heat through our heads. A well-fitting hat or knit cap can do much to help us retain vital body heat.

  • Wear textured fabrics: Most textured fabrics such as Corduroy, tweed and wool are naturally warm.

  • Choose the right fabrics: Closely related to texturing is choosing the right fabric. Light breathable fabrics are not appropriate for fall and winter.

  • Wear sweaters, jackets, etc.: We have a variety of Marine Corps jackets, crew neck T-shirts, long sleeve shirts that are well insulated and that will also show your 2017-08-18_1552esprit de corps.

  • Upgrade your underwear: Insulated long johns can go a long way towards making a winter day or night more comfortable.

  • Use more accessories: Use items like scarves, bandanas, knit hats, gloves, etc. to accessorize as well as to keep warm.

  • Break out the boots: Boots can be stylish and practical for when the rain and snow begin to fall.

Yes, eMarine PX is a one stop shop for people who wish to show their devotion to the Corps year round.

We would not dare think of leaving our active duty service persons and veterans without a wide variety of options as the summer leaves us. You can easily find clothing that is appropriate for all seasons as well as gifts such as decals, stickers, jewelry, keychains, flags etc. Don’t get caught off guard. Gear up for fall early.

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eMarine PX is an online retailer of U.S.M.C. specialties run by a group of Marine Corps Veterans. The idea to create eMarine PX came from our own experience with trying to find affordable Marine Corps products. As a member of the 26th Marines during the Vietnam War, we complained about not being able to find products for the 26th Marines and when we did find something they were extremely expensive to purchase. Hence eMarinePX.com was born. eMarine PX is the Official National PX for the 3rd Marine Division Association. eMarine PX products are sold exclusively online and through a printed catalog to be able to offer quality U.S.M.C. products at affordable prices. The management team has extensive experience with retail management which translates to fast and friendly service to our customers. The eMarine PX warehouse sits on 5 acres in the Tahoe Forest in Nevada City, California offering the ability to ship anywhere in the world including FPO/APO address'. Plans are already in place to expand the warehouse to better serve all Veterans, active duty Marines and their families. eMarine PX is licensed with the USMC Trademark Office in DC. eMarine PX are proud members of: Vietnam Veterans of America (Life Member) 1st Marine Division Association (Life Member) 3rd Marine Division Association (Life Member) Disabled American Veterans (Life Member) Veterans of Foreign Wars (Life Member) Marine Corps League (Life Member) American Legion Marine Corps Association BPOE

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