Stone Glacier SQ2 Alpine Gaiter Review

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Whether it’s navigating scree, blitzing across creeks, or post-holing through snow, having gaiters can make the hunt much more enjoyable. While relatively simple in concept, sleek new features and...

First Lite Traverse Gaiter 2.0 Review

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Back in 2019, I was on a search for new gaiters.  I’d worn out my my old Sportsman’s Warehouse fleece/membrane gaiters.  These had gone 10 seasons, but they were...

BlackOvis Anchor Point Welded Down Jacket and Pant Review

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Late Season hunts offer many challenges. Cold temperatures are one you will likely have to overcome for a greater chance of success. Late season typically means snow on the...

Sitka Kelvin Aerolite Jacket Review

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New for 2021, Sitka is introducing Primaloft Gold Insulation with Cross Core technology fused with Aerogel.  This synthetic insulation is designed for uncompromised performance when wet while remaining extremely...

Stone Glacier De Havilland Lite Pant Review

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If you are in the market for a pair of hunting pants that feel as if you are wearing your favorite pair of sweatpants, then look no further than...

Stone Glacier M7 Review

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Low temps and nasty weather are a typical occurrence on most late-season hunts. Stone Glaciers' solution to this problem is their M7 pant and jacket. Not only will it...

KUIU Kutana Gale Force System Review

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The KUIU Kutana Gale Force system was built for extreme cold, wet, and windy conditions. The system combines an active insulation layer and a waterproof seam-taped shell. The active...

Stone Glacier Chinook Base Layer Review

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When building a house or a skyscraper, you start with the foundation and work your way up; the foundation of your clothing system is the base layer. This important...

MTN OPS vs Black Ovis Merino Review

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Let’s just get straight to the point, shall we? The similarities between Black Ovis’ Northwest Territories “NWT” and MTN OPS “Battleground” merino garments are startling. The stitching, seams, and...

Stone Glacier M5 Pant And Jacket Review

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Where I live in the Pacific Northwest, we average 171 days a year with precipitation. Solid rain gear is extremely important. It also needs to not only be waterproof...