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Hey folks,

I need to know what is the warmest base layers that are available for cold weather hunting? Details please.

Thanks!
 

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I have had great experience with justin charles merino wool! Comfortable and warm!
 

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Check out Patagonia wool. It's pricy, but the best. I guide all winter for Steelhead in waist deep water and found only their wool as a base layer with some fleece to be the ticket. Cold to me is -10 wadding in water. If it's not that cold check out their Capilene too. They make both in different weight fabrics.
 

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Minus 33 merino wool..

Excellent quality, and cheaper than most of the other brands.. Couldnt be happier with mine!
 

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Minus 33 merino wool..

Excellent quality, and cheaper than most of the other brands.. Couldnt be happier with mine!
how to you wash them? is there special instructions/care? Thanks!
 

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how to you wash them? is there special instructions/care? Thanks!
The Minus 33 stuff is machine washable and dry-able.. Not all of the brands are, so its something to look for..
 

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I'm cheap, so I hit the second hand stores and find quality wool products there. Who cares what it looks like, it's a base layer. I have an excellent, dense wool sweater and wool long jonhs. I spent less than $20 on both. Machine wash and lay them out to dry. No problem.
 

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first lite makes some great base layers...as wool is the ultimate base layer...pm us if you need help we are running some pre season specials

we also have some ua 3.0 tops 55 shipped
 

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I'm currently using the scent blocker mid weight base layers. Any other suggestions?
 

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First Lite was my choice for this years elk hunt and it is proving to be some of the best gear decisions I've made. Good luck in your decision making.
 

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i like to wear under armor as a base layer, wicks the sweat away when you get hot walking to the stand so you dont get cold after you get in the stand.
 

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I use Kuiu Merino Wool and love it!
 

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Look no further than First Lite Merino Wool.
 
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