What do you recommend for hunting clothing?

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  1. iahunter11

    iahunter11 Weekend Warrior

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    Looking at upgrading my outerwear for early and late season whitetail hunting....southeast Iowa and I'm skinny so has to be really warm but still able to move....

    Thoughts on sitka, core4element , badlands ?

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    Heckler Grizzled Veteran

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    Of those 3 I would go with Sitka hands down. Better total system. You can build on it every year until it is complete!
     
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    iahunter11 Weekend Warrior

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    What for coat and plants?

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    znott60 Newb

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    Camofire.com has all of them for good prices all the time. I personally prefer the badlands clothes.
     
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    hedderickc Weekend Warrior

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    I highly recommend the Under Armour Rut suit. I am very skinny as well and most companies are very baggy, but not Under Armour. You can easily layer up sufficiently underneath to stay warm in even the coldest late season temps. The safety harness compatible jacket with drawstrings in the arm to keep the jacket out of the way of the string for bow hunter make it one of the best jackets out there. In my opinion it is the most revolutionary jacket for bow hunters available on the market. Give it a look, you won't be disappointed.
     
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    OK/Sooner Die Hard Bowhunter

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    The whitetail line from Sitka has some very warm items. If you're willing to spend the money that's what I'd get.

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