Women’s Hunting Clothing

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  1. slickbilly-d

    slickbilly-d Die Hard Bowhunter

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    My wife will be hunting with me this year, and we are trying to get her some mid to late season gear lined up. Does anyone know if Prois is decent? Apparently they only make women’s hunting stuff. In other brands, it seems like men’s stuff doesn’t go small enough. Trying to keep it somewhat budget friendly. May end up having to buy youth stuff bc she is so tall :poke:
     
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    Sorry I can't help. There was no such thing as woman's hunting gear when I started. I made my first camo hunting suit. Cotton flannel big enough to fit over winter gear. Best to her and you this season.
     
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    PinkPony Die Hard Bowhunter

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    If she is smaller, good luck! My winter suit is a youth set. However, my archery gear is Under Armour and I love it (I doubt they even make it).

    Check out SHE. They have a nice line - my duck stuff is through them. I got it at Bass Pro.

    As for the Prois you're asking about....I never heard of it or seen it at our stores. I'll have to take a look.
     
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    Are you on Guidefitter or expert voice? They have like a 40% off pro deal. I know nothing about prois but thy are on there.


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    Sitka makes stuff for the ladies. I bought some for my wife as she doesn’t typically go out until later/late season. Having warm clothes has made a big difference in her enthusiasm for going out and staying out.
     
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    slickbilly-d Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I’m not. I looked it up and it seemed like it was for military/LE/FD, guides, and pro hunters. I’m a boiler mechanic lol
     
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    slickbilly-d Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I was thinking about the fanatic light stuff for her. I have the fanatic bibs and coat, but it’s overkill except for the few mornings it’s not.
     
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    Ha well I thought I would see


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    Also looking! Thanks for all the advice!
     
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    Our Daughter began hunting with me last season. she is 13 5'6 . My advice is to try She™ outdoors. First the price point is really good. Second; She™ is designed for ladies / cut specific.
    My daughter tried on the brands that will bankrupt you...and they looked like parachutes made into hunting gear, on a ladies rack. We went back to the She™...and they fit her all the better. I can not give you a durability review, we didn't get into the woods but, three times last archery season. finally She™ is sold at Bass Pro, and you know there is one near you..
     
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    slickbilly-d Die Hard Bowhunter

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    We ended up mix and matching some She stuff and Redhead stuff.
     
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    Awesome, Good for her. Our daughter is really happy with her She™ Gear, and want more

    I have a She™ Gear durability update. We have a good foot march to our hunting location. along a marsh, thru Pine Forest, thickets into the hardwoods where we hunt. Our Daughter She™ gear has taken a beating and the camouflaged pattern is really good...sapling branches just slip off thorns don't hook in deep like they do on my Old BDUs...
     
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