Is camo pants a must in spot and stalk out west for say sand hill muley or antelope or Colorado elk and muley. I’m sure a camo top is appropriate but to me a earth color pants out there make sense
same here... own lots of all 3, they all have their great products, and underwhelming products.... they are all 3 good enough I would be missing out being brand loyal. I like first lite a lot, and if I had to pick one, it would be them. if I was a stand hunter I would pick sitka… kuiu raingear is the best there is...I have a ton of Sitka, First Lite, and Kuiu mid and outer layers. Enough to admit that I have a major problem. They all make great gear, some more suited than others for different uses/seasons. As far as quality goes, all top notch in my opinion and not one outshines the other.
After trying base layers from all companies, I settled on First Lite. They have a tremendous variety and have found their stuff to be very durable.
These things are amazing. I've been wearing them for anything I do outside. They'll also be what I wear on my next western hunt. They are more comfortable then the prana Zions and a third the price. I probably wouldn't wear them in a treestand but great for the ground or out westSolid color hunting pants seem to be pretty popular these days, but you do NOT need to pay top dollar for them. Walmart sells these Wrangler Men's Outdoor Comfort Flex Cargo Pants for $21.92 a pair. Two or three of their solid colors could easily be used for hunting and they do make them in camo, as well. They are some of the most comfortable pants I have ever worn.
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