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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-06-2015, 02:48 PM Thread Starter
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archery clothing

Im looking to get good hunting clothes for archery. Im not sure what to get or what brand to buy. I sweat easily so i was thinking about the moisture wicking clothing. I hunt SE Pa and archery has been fairly warm lately. I would appreciate your help. Thanks!
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-06-2015, 04:25 PM
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Different kinds/brands of lightweight wicking clothes in the B.P.S. labor day blowout sale flyer.
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I like Cabelas Microtex and Microtex Lite. It dries quickly, sheds burrs well and is very quiet.

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X2 on the Microtex

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I like my ScentLok gear. Say what you want about whether or not it's really effective at reducing human odor. Regardless, it's very high quality clothing. I've been wearing mine for years.
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I like my ScentLok gear. Say what you want about whether or not it's really effective at reducing human odor. Regardless, it's very high quality clothing. I've been wearing mine for years.
Same here. I started buying my scentlok gear 6 years ago and its still in great shape and very comfortable. I have multiple sets of savanna, full season, and timber fleece. As with anything though, you have to take care of it. I have not had as good of luck with scent blocker gear though. Seems to wear rather quickly and just doesnt hold up as well.
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I'd spend the money and order a custom fitted outfit from grey wolf woolens. Fits perfect, quiet, and durable.
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post #9 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-12-2015, 10:23 AM
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Re: archery clothing

Since archery runs from the 70 degree October days to the 15 degree November mornings, and from full foliage to no foliage, one set of archery clothes may not work, especially if you go real light for Sept/October. I like the leafy wear for the early season. For late season, I want something warm with no bulk, or if it's too cold, my heater body suit. You guys in southern PA have leaves most of the fall. Up here in Tioga county, our trees could be bare by Halloween. What ever you get, practice with it on you. Clothing makes a difference in shot execution and point of impact.

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I'd spend the money and order a custom fitted outfit from grey wolf woolens. Fits perfect, quiet, and durable.
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You want me to put my ear to the ground? Listen for hoof beats? Look for broken twigs?
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