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Re: Staying warm [Re: Huntnwork] #3591625
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I broke down and bought some Sitka gear and it is the best stuff I’ve ever worn. I think it’s the fanatic line and it has to be cold to be able to wear it.

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Re: Staying warm [Re: Huntnwork] #3591665
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When it is below 20 I'll break out the columbia gallatin wool pants and coat. Below 10 or 15 and I make sure I have long underwear, turtle neck, 2 layers of fleece, the columbia pants, and my old 4 in 1 parka. with my 1600 alphaburlys on my feet. Toasty.

Id rather have handwarmers in my pockets than wear gloves but a pair of wool gloves feel pretty good too.

Re: Staying warm [Re: Huntnwork] #3591847
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The most important thing for me is to walk in dressed lightly and then layer once I'm at my stand. The slightest sweat leads to freezing, especially the toes. I wear tennis shoes on the drive, walk in wearing boots and one pair of socks, then put on a second pair once I'm setup.

Re: Staying warm [Re: Huntnwork] #3591968
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Uh, DoD issued polypro, cabelas fleece jacket, and Walls coveralls. Sorry, hi-tech hi-$$ ain't required.


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Re: Staying warm [Re: Huntnwork] #3591990
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Buddy heater and a shooting house


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Re: Staying warm [Re: Huntnwork] #3592014
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Originally Posted by Huntnwork
Originally Posted by NWALJM
Can’t believe no one mentioned this

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Gonna invest in some new cold weather gear. Just can’t decide between a Snuggie or Sitka gear.



Walmart has another option to consider😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
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Re: Staying warm [Re: TideWJO] #3592032
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Originally Posted by TideWJO
Duofold heavy base layer, Sitka stratus pants, Sitka fanatic hoody and, sitka fanatic jacket. I am toasty. Worth every penny.

My buddy was singing the Sitka praises last week in Arkansas. I checked on prices when I was at Mack’s. Ouch!!


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Re: Staying warm [Re: Huntnwork] #3592087
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Artic shield bibs and jacket, Sitka beanie and gator.

Re: Staying warm [Re: bamaeyedoc] #3592197
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Originally Posted by bamaeyedoc
Originally Posted by TideWJO
Duofold heavy base layer, Sitka stratus pants, Sitka fanatic hoody and, sitka fanatic jacket. I am toasty. Worth every penny.

My buddy was singing the Sitka praises last week in Arkansas. I checked on prices when I was at Mack’s. Ouch!!


No doubt, I asked my buddy and he said kuiu is the way to go. I thought, "you realize your telling this to the guy that wore trash bags under his camo because my dad wouldnt buy raingear when I was growing up."

Kind if like the weekend fisherman that " needs" a $70k ranger so he can catxh a fish.

Re: Staying warm [Re: Huntnwork] #3592268
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My trousers I wear for cold weather hunting were made almost 60 years ago grin 60% wool - 40% cotton USAF, Aircrew, Heavy Zone, Type F-1B manufactured by Skyline Clothing they are dated 19 July 1962, my other pair are dated 15 February 1963

They look just like these.

https://locknwalkharness.com/produc...ts-34-usaf-flying-military-skyline-green


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Re: Staying warm [Re: redgineer] #3592309
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Originally Posted by redgineer
The most important thing for me is to walk in dressed lightly and then layer once I'm at my stand. The slightest sweat leads to freezing, especially the toes. I wear tennis shoes on the drive, walk in wearing boots and one pair of socks, then put on a second pair once I'm setup.


You are correct, Sir.



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Re: Staying warm [Re: Huntnwork] #3592311
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Layers is the key. It doesn’t matter what brand. I wear a thin top and bottom base, then jogging pants on bottom, two cotton turtle necks, a little thicker shirt over them and a pullover over that. Then slip in some coveralls. I can sit through anything in Alabama.
Most of my hunting clothes are 20+ years old. I never wash them unless I sweat in them and leave them hanging outside all season in the carport. Works for me.

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Re: Staying warm [Re: Huntnwork] #3592426
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Did all the layering last week and my legs got cold. Thew an old red sleeping bag over it that did the trick for me. Deer can't see red any better than hunter orange right?

Re: Staying warm [Re: Huntnwork] #3592441
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I can’t keep everything on me warm but my damn feet. It’s takes no time and my feet are numb

Re: Staying warm [Re: johndeere5036] #3592453
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Originally Posted by johndeere5036


I can’t keep everything on me warm but my damn feet. It’s takes no time and my feet are numb

Get u some hot hands toe warmers...i don't even need inulated boots with em


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Re: Staying warm [Re: 2Dogs] #3592454
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Originally Posted by 2Dogs
Originally Posted by redgineer
The most important thing for me is to walk in dressed lightly and then layer once I'm at my stand. The slightest sweat leads to freezing, especially the toes. I wear tennis shoes on the drive, walk in wearing boots and one pair of socks, then put on a second pair once I'm setup.


You are correct, Sir.


I put my Sitka bibs and jacket in a compression sack and tie it to my pack. When I get to my spot I strip, wipe down, then put on base layers and Sitka. Hiking clothes go in a plastic bag


Originally Posted by Rocket62
Just curious, are you just blowing off steam or did you really threaten me?
Re: Staying warm [Re: Rocket62] #3592571
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Originally Posted by Rocket62
I put my Sitka bibs and jacket in a compression sack and tie it to my pack. When I get to my spot I strip, wipe down, then put on base layers and Sitka. Hiking clothes go in a plastic bag


Just curious, do you reverse this process on the way out of the woods?


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Re: Staying warm [Re: Huntnwork] #3592641
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Well y’all certainly gave me a lot of options to think about. My wife said Sitka is a no go that I can buy some more hot hands and toe warmers. She about had a meltdown when I bought an under armour base layer 3.0 a few years ago. She’s a penny pincher and I’m a little more frivolous when it comes to hunting.


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Re: Staying warm [Re: Huntnwork] #3592656
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Re: Staying warm [Re: Okatuppa] #3592736
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Originally Posted by Okatuppa
Originally Posted by Rocket62
I put my Sitka bibs and jacket in a compression sack and tie it to my pack. When I get to my spot I strip, wipe down, then put on base layers and Sitka. Hiking clothes go in a plastic bag


Just curious, do you reverse this process on the way out of the woods?

I do the same as Rocket62 with all my hunting clothes in a huge back pack. Wear tshirt and briar pants for the walk in. Change socks and put on base layers and outer wear at the stand. Reverse process on the way out


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