Deer Hunting Clothing Review 2017

Deer Hunting Clothing Review 2017


FREETOO Tactical Gloves Military Rubber Hard Knuckle Outdoor Gloves (Tan Full Finger, L:9"-9.2" Circumference Finger Length: 3.3")

  • HEAVY DUTY GLOVES to protect your hands from abrasion and scratching in sports and activities demanding both protection and dexterity.
  • FIT SNUGGLY into palm and all fingers, wrap tightly around wrist with adjustable wrist Velcro, not stiff, not bulky, allow movement and dexterity.
  • BREATHABLE COMFORT achieved by odor-free breathable materials and functional vent design, comfortable to use in hot weather as well as in mild winter seasons.
  • EXCELLENT GRIP with dual-layer synthetic leather palm featured by anti-skid gridding.
  • RUGGED BUILD with reinforced palm, knuckle padding and double stitching, intended for heavy use as tactical gloves, work gloves, motorcycle gloves, camping, hunting, shooting and other outdoor gloves. Quality guaranteed by at least 3 months warranty.
If you are looking for gloves featured with both protection and dexterity, FREETOO Tactical Gloves might be a good choice for you with some appealing advantages:

1. The original seller of such tactical gloves and the No.1 best seller with great customer reviews for more than two years.

2. Detail oriented:

-The protective knuckle padding molded into the gloves seamlessly, add no bulky, and sit on the right place;

-The wrist part is made of special soft cha
List Price: $ 21.99 Price: $ 21.99

Sportsman Pocket Chainsaw 36 Inch Long Chain & FREE Fire Starter Best Compact Folding Hand Saw Tool for Survival Gear, Camping, Hunting, Tree Cutting or Emergency Kit. Replaces Your Pruning & Pole Saw

  • LENGTH MATTERS! - While other 24 inch saws are too short, too weak, or simply just break after a few uses, our saw has a full longer, thicker 36" chain (EXCLUDING HANDLES). The bi directional, self cleaning chainsaw style cutting teeth tears through wood cutting both ways! Made of high 65 mn high carbon heat treated steel, the longer chain equals incredibly fast cutting time with razor sharp blades sawing 3 sides of a limb at once...clearly out classing the competition.
  • TOUGHEST & MOST DURABLE SURVIVAL HAND SAW ON AMAZON - Rips through anything from thin branches to large tree trunks in seconds. Cuts over head branches with ease. Our Saw has heavy duty rugged handles with metal brackets and can easily be re-sharpened unlike other sharp pointed pocket saws. The Sportsman Pocket Chainsaw comes with a tough nylon front snap storage pouch and belt loop. It can be sharpened with a regular 5/32 round chainsaw file. Perfect Multitool for all your Bushcraft needs
  • QUALITY COUNTS - You can find saws for less, but they offer you MUCH less. We all know, typically if you spend less now, you'll pay MORE later as the quality of hand chainsaws are NOT all the same Other CHEAPER saws are simply made with a thinner chain & handles You get what you pay for and we guarantee our heavy duty saw for "LIFE"... for a reason.
Sportsman Pocket Chainsaw 36 Inch Long Chain
List Price: $ 19.95 Price: $ 19.95

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  • ctrick13 Reply

    Hello from another MN hunter. Any reason you went with Fusion vs Cipher pattern? Been looking to move from Sitka Fanatic series to FL setup, pretty much the same as yours. Just wanted a little more versatility. Thanks for the videos!

    February 1, 2018 at 9:40 pm
  • Heidi Hill Reply

    You mentioned another place to find Cabela’s brand clothing…what was the name of the retailer?
    Love the videos! Tons of helpful and real information for those of us kinda learning as we go. Thanks!

    February 1, 2018 at 10:18 pm
  • Ringtail Reply

    Hello DIY Sportsman, I was wondering after hunting with the alpaca socks some this season how they compared to the merino wool. I have trouble with cold feet and have been looking into a pair. Thanks! Keep up with the awesome videos!

    February 1, 2018 at 10:25 pm
  • The Buck Psych Reply

    Ok thnks

    February 1, 2018 at 10:56 pm
  • The Buck Psych Reply

    Wat are the early season cabela boots called?

    February 1, 2018 at 11:35 pm
  • The Buck Psych Reply

    Great job.

    February 2, 2018 at 12:15 am
  • goanywheremedia Reply

    What's the farthest you would plan on hiking in if wearing the Predator pac boots in rolling terrain?

    February 2, 2018 at 12:55 am
  • David Johnson Reply

    it seems like you hunt a lot of places, i only saw ur camp , just curious, where do you lodge?? hotel? camp? truck? def make a video to motivate guys that have to drive hours to get to hunting land…

    your videos are outstanding, keep it up!!!

    February 2, 2018 at 1:23 am
  • DaveSanctuary Reply

    What are your thoughts or opinions of the Minus33 line? It seems comparable to First Lite but a softer price point

    February 2, 2018 at 2:09 am
  • Patrick Drohan Reply

    Very, very, very helpful…thanks

    February 2, 2018 at 2:44 am
  • brock trease Reply

    Can you put your arms down

    February 2, 2018 at 3:19 am
  • trailboy68 Reply

    On your Colorado Elk hunt, did you take the FL Sanctuary Bibs and Woodbury jacket? I hunt Whitetail in Ohio and West Virginia, would you suggest the Woodbury or Sanctuary Jacket? I tend to get cold easy, don't mind the cold, don't like being cold! Also did you manage to wear those Cabela's Stand Hunter Fleece under the Woodbury Jacket? Great videos and information! Thanks!

    February 2, 2018 at 3:35 am
  • Travis Harvey Reply

    I'm looking at getting the Cabela's instinct pants you have. Do they any type of lining or fleece backer in them? How cold can you hunt with just a thin base and the pants?
    Great vids to. Keep it up!

    February 2, 2018 at 4:33 am
  • Life Outside with Bryan Reply

    Im thinking of upgrading my outer layer this year. Would you get sanctuary bibs or woodberry jacket first? Reasons? Or is it coin flip? Thanks always enjoy your content.

    February 2, 2018 at 5:00 am
  • Kman31ca Reply

    I'm from Canada, and when it hits minus 30c I have some HH full body heavy weight long johns. Can't say enough about them. I have been out hunting coyotes temps even lower than -30c. And with those on, and a decent bib, jacket combo, plus I wear Dunlop work rubber boots with merino socks, and Bama socks over top. Full face heavy weight balaclava and surplus Canadian cold weather mitts, plus light weight shooter gloves. I have sat in that weather with wind chills making it feel like -40 and still felt extremely warm. Except I've had my eyelids freeze shut, which is effed up. But that's the best time to hunt yotes. Most days now I set up a blind with white Camo over lay and a propane heater inside.
    I used to work on northern Canada on a rig, so you find out real quick which gear works the best…

    February 2, 2018 at 5:43 am
  • cantfoou Reply

    Great Vid… Thanks!

    February 2, 2018 at 6:20 am
  • Nate Glocke Reply

    Awesome video, excellent to see what works. You mentioned a program with First Lite that allows you 40% off? Is this similar to a Pro Purchase program where you advocate for that particular brand and are essentially one of their product testers?

    February 2, 2018 at 6:23 am
  • Adam Prust Reply

    Another great video man! I'm right there with you on the quality of First Lite gear and using a layering system similar to yours. I think there is a huge opportunity for First Lite to grow in the Midwest whitetail market.

    Anyway just curious, have you ever heard of or tried Arctic Shield boot covers? My feet get cold really easily but I can wear these boot covers and my Muck Boot Arctic Pros on stand for hours in sub-zero temps. Just put a small hand warmer in each and they're like little ovens on your feet. Also, they're really compact so can easily fit in your backpack while walking in and slip them on once you're in your stand. Just an idea I figured I'd share.

    February 2, 2018 at 7:18 am
  • AustinKy2323 Reply

    Really good video man

    February 2, 2018 at 8:11 am
  • Jason Collins Reply

    awesome video

    February 2, 2018 at 8:31 am

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