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12-06-2018 06:24 AM
troutsupport
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Originally Posted by sgrem View Post
Regular camo jeans or button down shirt second layer.
Following this description, apparently no pants is ok. ;-)

Definitely layering is the way to go... I agree that the feet are the first to go. When I hunted Mn... I used toe warmer packs but they don't last super long in rubber boots.. maybe 2 hours then the use up the oxygen. I also tried the boot covers but they didn't help too much. Seems like once your boots start getting cold you can't really warm them up by putting a cover on them.. get the best boots you can get with the most insulation.
12-04-2018 07:22 PM
murphnturf I use SKRE extreme mountain gear. Clothing brand. Cheaper than Sitka. The layering system works wonders. Super light and great fit for bow hunters.


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11-16-2018 02:08 PM
sgrem Insulated underwear first layer.
Regular camo jeans or button down shirt second layer.
Possibly a third shirt if very cold. I actually wear those performance shirts that most wear fishing because they dry fast. They are thin. Breathe well. And i can delayer easily.
Insulated bib.
Jacket with insulated liner.
Full headcover facemask.
Neck gaiter.
Beanie.
Liner socks.
Giant wool warm socks.
Ultra insulated boots a size or two larger.
Thin liner gloves.
Heavy over gloves.

My toes get cold first so i have the biggest warmest boots they make. They look like astronaut boots. But they are the warmest i have found. I can sit in a tree stand about 3 hours in zero degrees (hunted Wisconsin and Ohio and Illinois a lot). The rest i just dont get that cold.

Nothing special. Most of my gear is 10-20 years old.
11-16-2018 01:11 PM
Revelation
Bow Hunting Clothing ??

What are you guys wearing to keep warm but not be bulky ??
Some of our south texas hunts are pretty cold.


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