One of the biggest problems that I have while hunting is staying warm on those very cold mornings. I'm from the south, so the coldest that we usually get during the season is maybe 10-15 degrees in the last few days of the season, with it getting down to 7 one day last year. I am extremely lean in my body type, so I unfortunately don't have any fat to keep me warm. My general clothing for when it is very cold (in my definition of "very cold"), I will usually have 2 pairs of wool socks on with toe warmers 2 pairs of long johns A thick pair of wool sweatpants Some sort of pants that my father wears under his waders when fly fishing in Montana 2 or 3 of those Under Armour early season turtle neck shirts A sweat shirt And this really big Cabelas jacket. My biggest problem lies in the jacket, it has wrist cuffs that are very tight, making it very uncomfortable to wear the extra layers of long sleeve shirts and sweat shirt, as well making wearing gloves uncomfortable. I just would like to find a good, warm jacket that is comfortable to wear while bowhunting and does not restrict my ability to draw back. Overall, what gear would you recommend for when the temperature starts to drop more.