Hunting Clothing Westport CT

If you are a hunting enthusiast, hunting apparel is essential. Put on camo clothes, and your prey will never know you are approaching! Read on to learn more information about hunting clothing and get access to more tips on selecting hunting apparel in Westport, CT.

Dick's Sporting Goods
(203) 876-0477
1201 Boston Post Rd
Milford, CT
 
Longshore Professional Shop
(203) 222-7535
260 Compo Road South Suite 2
Westport, CT
 
Carimbo Sport Inc
(203) 226-3361
177 Post Road West
Westport, CT
 
Liberty Army & Navy Stores
(203) 255-6066
1439 Post Road East
Westport, CT
 
Cycle Dynamics
(203) 226-3790
971 Post Road East
Westport, CT
 
Eastern Soccer
9 High Street
Bedford Hill, NY
 
Greenwich Bicycles
(203) 454-8555
606 Post Road East
Westport, CT
 
GAN GANI Jewish Nursery School
(203) 226-8584
39 Sniffen Road
Westport, CT
 
Sport Mart
(203) 227-0833
57 Main Street
Westport, CT
 
Ski Market
(203) 847-8660
490 Westport Avenue
Norwalk, CT
 

Comfort Factor: Staying Warm For Late-Season Hunting

Alternative strategies for staying warm, such as the Heater Body Suit, can allow hunters to maximize their time on stand. Photo by Steve Bartylla.

OUTER LAYERS
The other method is the time-honored layer approach. Perhaps no other category of hunting equipment has seen more advances than those associated with hunting clothing. Frankly, as exceptional as the Heater Body Suit is for stand hunting, the layered approach is really the only option for those wanting to stalk prey.

When pursuing the layered route, everything begins with the outer layer. To be most effective, this layer must possess several traits. First, it should be obvious that the product must have the ability to keep you warm. Comparing insulation ratings helps ensure that a suitable garment is selected.

Second, it's critical that the outer layer is quiet. Sound seems to travel much farther during the late season, and most big game animals are more sensitive to unnatural noise at this time of year. When considering an outer layer purchase, try it on first and go through the motions involved with drawing a bow. Next, rub up against objects and scratch the fabric with your fingernails. Taking those easy steps will allow you to judge if the noise level it generates is acceptable....

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