Posted February 20, 2016 9:49 am by Comments

By Jason Reid

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News

By Jason Reid

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News

For most of my hunting life, my clothing consisted of cotton t-shirts, sweatshirts, fleeces, long underwear and big generic camouflage coats and pants. How many others have crammed obscure layers on to try and stay warm? I will guess most of us have had some odd system of layers which still left us chilled more often than not. This past season, I had my first real experience with a true layering system which was specifically built to keep me warmer, drier and much more comfortable. Hunting both the elk mountains and the whitetail woods, I felt much more confident with my Sitka system. Each part of the total layering system I found to make a significant difference throughout the season.

Building A System

Each system starts at the base and like many hunters, I’ve taken base layers for granted over the years. Failing to pay attention to my next to skin garments, I’ve paid the price by using clothing with inadequate materials.

Subsequently, I was creating a sweat lodge with no ventilation system. …Read the Rest

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