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Cold Weather Hunting Apparel
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Cold Weather Hunting Apparel

Winter is here! As the cold weather sets in for the season, hunting can become an exercise in perseverance. But with the right winter hunting gear, you’ll stay warm and focused on your hunt. Here’s how to set up the best cold weather hunting kit. Layering Layering clothing allows you to adapt to changing conditions and use the same pieces across different seasons. If you get too hot or too cold, you can easily remove or add a layer to adjust your body temperature.   Baselayers The main point of a base layer (also called thermals or long underwear) is...
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How to wash camo clothing
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How to wash camo clothing

Your camouflage clothing will help you stay hidden on your hunts, but unfortunately it will get dirty just like any other clothes. Proper cleaning will extend your camo clothing’s lifetime and performance. Here’s how to keep your camo clothing in top-notch condition, so it can keep adding to the success of your hunts! How important is cleaning? Very! There are 3 main reasons to properly wash your camo clothing: Nobody likes to stink like B.O. and blood! Impurities like sweat, body oil, dirt and blood block fabric micropores that you need to keep clear for sweat-wicking performance. These tiny holes are what allow sweat vapours...
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Tips for rain hunting apparel
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Tips for rain hunting apparel

What’s the best gear for hunting? Hunting gear should always be three things: durable, quiet and breathable. If there’s a chance of rainfall, it also needs to be waterproof. When searching for hunting rain gear, here are some key points to look out for: 1. DWR - Durable Water Repellency treated fabric makes water droplets bead  and roll off rather than soaking through to your skin. 2. WP : MVTR - This is a ratio of waterproofing : breathability ratings that determine how much water pressure the garment can resist, versus how much sweat vapour it allows out. 10,000 waterproofing...
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Preparing for the Hunt - Checklist
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Preparing for the Hunt - Checklist

Vehicles  Most of us rely on our vehicle to get from home to where the hunting is, so make sure you give your vehicle the once over before the serious hunting begins.  Apart from general servicing being up to date, it's a good idea to check over your tyres; recovery gear; lighting and electronics - anything that could go wrong out in the bush needs a close inspection!Optics  It's always a good idea to test out your optics and perhaps give them a clean up prior to any hunt.  A quick wipe with lens cleaner and a lintless cloth will do the job. Binocular harnesses should...
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