Definition of Foul-weather gear
1. Noun. Protective garment that is intended to keep the wearer dry and warm in bad weather.
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Literary usage of Foul-weather gear
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1. The Canadian Rockies Adventure Guide by Brenda Koller (2006)
"portation from lodgings, all fishing gear, foul weather gear and expert instruction. "Many well kept secrets revealed." * Lake Minnewanka - From the end of ..."
2. The Voyage of Sabra: An Ecological Cruise Through the Caribbean, with Extras by Michael L. Frankel (1990)
"During many of our off watches, we slept in our foul weather gear and safety harnesses in preparation for our next shift. Eating was also low on the ..."
3. Cruising the Gulags by Michael L. Frankel (1997)
"Klaus doesn't allow wet foul weather gear beyond the companionway steps and galley. This meant that in rough weather you either had to stay on deck or go ..."
4. Adventure Guide to New Hampshire by Elizabeth L. Dugger (2002)
"The terrain is challenging, and hikers should bring a topographical map as well as compass, drinking water, and foul weather gear; weather can change ..."
5. Daytrips Eastern Australia: 60 One Day Adventures by Car, Rail Or Bus by James Postell (2004)
"You will have stories to tell and they won't be believed without proof. Shorts and long pants are recommended as well as a windbreaker or foul weather gear. ..."
6. Marine Fire Prevention, Firefighting and Fire Safety: A Comprehensive (1994)
"Includes boots, foul weather gear, gloves, hat or special heat-resistant suits. proximity suit protective clothing that encases the wearer in a heat ..."