Cold Weather Clothing

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Cold Weather Clothing
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TBD
Type Protective Gear
Tech Level TL–1
Cost Cr200
Reference TBD
Size 9.0 l
Weight 8.0 kg
Manufacturer Various
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Cold Weather Clothing
Type Protective Gear
Tech Level TL–6
Cost Cr300
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Size 4l
Weight 4kg
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Cold Weather Clothing
Type Protective Gear
Tech Level TL–10
Cost Cr300
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Size 2l
Weight 2kg
Also see
Cold Weather Clothing is the most primitive of gear to protect against the elements.

Please see the following AAB Library Data articles for more information:
Survival Gear:


Description (Specifications)[edit]

A full set of cold weather gear includes boots, mittens, two layers of leggings, an outer and inner coat, and head protection. Immersion in water negates the effects of this clothing.[1][2]

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

It is made of organic, locally available materials – usually cloth, leather, and fur – with the sophistication and degree of tailoring depending on culture and tech level.

TL:1-3:
No information yet available.

TL:4-6:
Cold weather gear at TL–6 takes advantage of synthetic fabrics to significantly lessen the weight, bulk and lack of flexibility, and has no significant encumbrance in marginal conditions. A full set of cold weather gear includes boots, mittens, two layers of leggings, an outer and inner coat, and head protection. Immersion in water negates the effects of this clothing. [1][2]

TL:7-9:
No information yet available.

TL:10-12:
The TL–10 cold weather gear is very lightweight, less bulky and made from smart fabrics to automatically compensate for most conditions. It loses none of its effectiveness if wet.[1][2]

TL:13-15:
No information yet available.

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References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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This article was copied or excerpted from the following copyrighted sources and used under license from Far Future Enterprises or by permission of the author.

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Loren Wiseman. Journal of the Travellers' Aid Society 01 (Game Designers Workshop, 1979), 15.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Marc Miller. Imperial Encyclopedia (Game Designers Workshop, 1987), 55-56.