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"These merino T's are amazing! I guided 17 days straight in archery season wearing these shirts. Temps were in the high 80's to mid 90's. I would wear each shirt for a day then let it air dry on a limb. After the hunt I had my wife smell them (nothing escapes her nose), she said they smell fine, they don't stink. The ability of this fabric to absorb or repel (or whatever it does) odors is really amazing. It's actually game changing. Less odor means increased success. In my line of work that means more success for my clients as well. I try to sell all my hunters on the benefits of merino wool blend clothing. I'm convinced it is one of the best changes I've made in my hunting gear. Great quality, true sizing, awesome performance."Shop Now
These are by far the quietest hunting pants I have ever owned. What I love most about them, though, is the fact that they do not hamper your ability to move as other hunting pants do. Excellent range of mobility.
I've been wearing this piece for work which keeps me outdoors for several hours at a time the past several days here in VA. This piece has lived up to the billing. Weather has been in the 40s-60s with strong winds and occasional hours of drizzling rain. With just a light fleece underneath the Ridgeline cuts the wind better than its weight would indicate, and the DWR repelled several hours of a steady drizzle without wetting through. The fit and cut is just right for an outer layer piece. Not too trim or too athletic but I'm not swimming it it either. Great job FL on this piece! Thinking about getting a 2nd one.
I love these gloves! I mostly use them in October-November when I am glassing late season elk or rutting mule deer in Montana. I prefer the gloves in combo with other light gloves: Talus (Full finger of fingerless), Guide Lite Touch, or Aerowool touch. I will usually hike in the earlier glove and then throw these mitts overtop when I am ready to glass. Together they keep your pack light and are so minimal they can be stuffed in any pocket. You will be amazed at how protected and warm your hands will be when you use a liner and this mitt together. I feel like they are rather loose fitting, great for fitting over other gloves and allowing you the ability to still use your fingers to adjust scope and binocular focus. Do not size down, if anything go true or size up.
This thing is incredible. Fairly durable, incredibly lightweight, wind and water resistant, and packs up into nothing. That perfect piece when you need just that little extra layer before sunrise or after the sunsets. Pull it out of your pocket and slip it on. Will definitely buy one in a solid soon.
I just got this a few days ago and can tell this will be my staple piece out west. I love how form fitting it is to my arms and isn't bulky at all but still super warm. It fits perfectly over my outer layer and isn't binding or bunched up and uncomfortable at all if needed. It can also be an outer layer, the material seems tough and is resistant to water.
Bought this for hunting turkeys in SE Georgia where the weather is hot and humid. This piece is very breathable and works great for breaking up you're outline. It is made of synthetics so it does start to stink after a few days of wearing it but that's not an issue in turkey season.
Purchased these for pheasant hunting last November in Sodak as it was a wet/snowy season. After a weeks worth of public land hunting usually 10 to 15km/ day of walking, the only sign of use was that the metal buckle and lace hook were polished from busting through grass and snow. These gaiters kept my boots and pants dry, I even broke through the ice up to my knee, I quickly pulled my foot out and my pants were still dry underneath. I was hoping to use them for late season spot and stalk deer hunting but they are too noisy for my style of hunting. However they are great for snowshoeing and shed hunting. I don’t have big calves but I am glad I ordered the large, there is lots of slack in the top calf strap but the Velcro is tight around the ankle with wool pants underneath and 8 to 10”boot
The Kiln is a perfect laying piece, great fitting and well designed garment. I’ve used it on late November South Dakota pheasant hunts, December moose hunts in Northwestern Ontario and wear it shed hunting. This piece with a windbreaker is plenty to keep you warm when actively hunting. The merino breaths incredibly well and does not stink even after multiple days of use. I wear it often and it’s holding up well however the thumb hole threading will likely be the first to go as your hands are an obvious high contact/friction area. I usually have to order xl for shirts/sweaters to get the length in the torso and arms but always hate how the width is excessive. I ordered this in a large and it fits perfect, plenty of fabric to tuck into pants and sleeve length is perfect. Highly recommend
Soft and warm. Don't be dirty. Seriously, this thing is so comfortable to wear. Perfect layering piece. I ordered a large, which I am usually, and did so knowing it runs a little big. So I could layer underneath. I'd get medium if I wanted real snug. 5'9, 192 lbs. 20 inch torso.
The shirt fits perfectly. I’m a bigger guy 6’2, 250 and this shirt wasn’t constricting at all. It’s hard for me to find shirts that are comfortable. I wear it untucked at work, when I’m working on the farm, and fishing. I’m going to have it on when I go turkey hunting in a few weeks. I plan on buying another in a different color.
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