ScentBlocker’s Triple Threat – Wind, Rain, Scent.

The extraordinary performance and design details of ScentBlocker® Cold Fusion™ brings hunting’s most effective carbon clothing into a whole new neighborhood. Waterproof, windproof, breathable RainBlocker® technology keeps you dry and comfortable. Micro-tricot material is soft, warm and quiet. Hunt-savvy features include hood design, pocket placement, sealed and taped seams, high-tech closures and it’s affordable.

With ScentBlocker’s BodyLock technology, the highly effective, highly breathable infused carbon fabric traps and holds human odor unlike any other material — and with garment closure features and designs at key exit points allow the carbon to act as a filter in preventing the escape of odor.

Triple Threat™ Jacket

Triple Threat™ Jacket
• Full front zipper with storm flap
• Visor hood with crown and side adjustments
• Innovative safety harness slit in back for easy attachment and
• Rear grommet license loop
• One snap closure chest pocket
• Two lower snap pockets
• Colors: Realtree® AP™,  Mossy Oak® Break-up Infinity
• Sizes: S-3XL


Triple Threat™ Pant

Triple Threat™ Pant
• Side elastic waist with belt loops
• Zipper fly with double snap closure
• Two front waist zippered pockets
• Two snap closure cargo pockets
• One rear zippered pocket
• 14” leg zippers
• Colors: Realtree® AP™, Mossy Oak® Break-up Infinity
• Sizes: S-3XL


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About Robinson Outdoor Products LLC.:
Founded in 1978, Robinson Outdoor Products is a privately held corporation based in Cannon Falls, MN. As the clear leader in scent control hunting apparel, liquids, and treestand safety equipment, our mission is to improve the hunter’s experience by innovation. For more information about Robinson Outdoor Products, call: 800-397-1927 or 1-507-263-2885 or visit

3 Responses to "ScentBlocker’s Triple Threat – Wind, Rain, Scent."

  1. Kevin   2012/09/25 at 3:08 pm

    Looks great and all, but I’ve heard the problem with carbon-based scent absorption is that it has a finite lifespan. I’ve also heard that (despite the marketing rhetoric) carbon’s ability to absorb scent can only be reset if its been burned at over 600 deg. A dryer just ain’t gonna to do that. IMO, antimicrobial silver-threaded clothing seems way more practical.

  2. Rick Philippi   2012/09/25 at 5:46 pm

    I can only speak from my experience. I have worn Scent Blocker products for years and the times I have been winded can be counted on one hand. This is having 100’s of encounters a year with game. I usually wear my Scent Blocker clothes for 20 hours before I put them in the dryer for 40 minutes. This system has flat out worked for me. Good luck hunting, it’s right around the corner. Rick

  3. Michael Swan   2012/09/26 at 10:59 am

    I am with you Rick. I can honestly say that I have experienced a real difference by using ScentBlocker, and “recharging” the garment in the house dryer (after spraying with the scent elim spray) has worked.