Skre1tbSKRE Complete Layering System Review
By Travis Bertrand, Rokslide Staff

If you are like me, it can be hard to muster up the coin on a new hunting jacket with the prices as they are these days, let alone a complete system. SKRE is a new company based out of Utah that saw the need for technical clothing at a price point most hunters can swallow.



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Kryptek Anorak & Vellus Cold Weather System Review

By Robby Denning, Rokslide Co-Owner

Hate to read? Then just scroll to the bottom for a link to a video review.  

I wore fleece quite a bit in the 1990's.  It was durable, warm, quiet, and could shed a light rain or snowstorm well enough. It's down side was wind and burrs. You might as well be naked once the wind hit 10 mph.  If you you walked through a hounds tounge (or any of the endless varieties of burrs), you'd spend half your glassing session and then lunch pulling them out. 


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Firstlite Cirrus Ultralight Jacket Review
By Brock Akers, Rokslide Moderator

As we dive deeper down the rabbit hole of the latest and greatest gear of the hunting world, technical clothing is always an exciting one to look at. With several players in the game these days, it's constantly evolving—whether that be pattern, material, fit, or function.


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Duckworth Vapor Hoody & Maverick Snorkel Hoody Reviews
American Made, American Strong!
By Ross Russell, Rokslide Staff

Wool has been the choice of many hunters for decades and is what I grew up wearing while hunting in the 70's and 80's. The wool I recall was itchy, smelly when wet, heavy and options were limited. After several decades of synthetic options being the choice of many hunters, wool has made a BIG come back in the hunting industry.


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