Gearing up for next year? Save money!

Gearing up for next year? Save money!

If you are looking to upgrade your current hunting wardrobe for next year or just add to it, now would be the time to do it. Currently all in stock Sitka, Scentlok, and Plythal gear are now on sale. Sitka Gear is 20% off and Scentlok and Plythal are 30% which will save you a good deal of money. Today this blog will focus on Sitka Gear. Keep posted for more posts about our other clothing.

Sitka Gear - If you are unaware of what Sitka Gear is you are missing out. Sitka is arguably one of the largest growing, premier hunting lines on the market. Not only do they use high quality materials, innovative designs, and a high standard of quality control Sitka gear has the most advance camouflage pattern on the market. 

First, let us talk about the the materials. Sitka has partnered up with industry leaders in the fabric world such as Gortex, Gore Windstopper, Primaloft, and Polygiene. Utilizing these proven materials allows them to create clothing that is warm, dry, and bacterial free (think scent) which are all aspects that I like to have in my hunting clothes. Especially when I am in the back country where the elements are ever changing.

Camouflage – The GORE™ OPTIFADE™ Concealment Elevated II pattern is designed for whitetail hunters. Its macro and micro pattern configurations echo the higher contrast of bright sky against the shaded underside of foliage, while allowing hunters to extend their season as the leaves change. It’s designed for engagement ranges of 80 yards and under, and keeps you undetectable at 15 feet up in a tree stand.


Open Country - GORE™ OPTIFADE™ Concealment incorporates the micro and macro patterns of the animal kingdom to help make hunters unrecognizable as predators, even when detected. Stalking predators, like tigers, have a macro-pattern of stripes that break up their body symmetry as they chase prey. One of the scientific principles behind the GORE™ OPTIFADE™ Open Country pattern is the emphasis of the larger neutral areas of the pattern (macro-pattern) which are more critical to concealment at the greater engagement ranges imperative to hunting in the backcountry.


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