Spring Turkey - Intermountain West
Chase Millemann: Director of Operations
In Idaho, turkeys don’t often stick to roads. Therefore, my thunder chicken kit has to be breathable enough to hike in a ways, but warm enough to sit still and call. On top of this dynamic, spring in Idaho can mean snowstorms or sunshine so my system needs to accommodate a wide range of temps. Below the belt, I typically rock the Wick Boxer Short under the versatile Obsidian Pant. On top, I begin with the Wick Long Sleeve Crew and Kiln Hoody. For cold mornings and bad weather, I rock the Uncompahgre Puffy and Vapor Stormlight Rain Jacket. Additionally, for added concealment, I pack the Phantom Leafy Jacket and Phantom Leafy Balaclava. I top this kit off with Talus Fingerless Gloves and a Tag Cuff Beanie.