Looking for the perfect present for the whitetail nut in your life? You can't go wrong with these ideas
Deer hunters can be straight up nerdy when it comes to their gear. We love our toys. So, if you’re shopping for that antler-crazy someone in your life, give these 10 items, all available in Realtree camo, a look. Your hunter will surely love them.
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This is a great mid- or outer-layer option. It’s made of 80- and 100-gram micro ripstop polyester. The best part? It wraps up and fits into its own pocket. It’s also water-resistant, lightweight and extremely warm. It sports two side zipper pockets and features quilted insulation side panels. It’s offered in five sizes: medium, large, x-large, xx-large and xxx-large. The jacket weighs a total of 17 ounces.
The classic Crocs we all love, but with a fuzzy liner to make them more comfortable during those chilly days at deer camp. They still slip on and off and are comfortable as ever, with the pivoting heel strap for when the going gets slippery. Women’s sizes are available in 6-12, and men’s sizes are available in 4-13.
This product gets its name from the most unique feature: The caboose quickly drops open for those times when nature calls. The top bib zips off to quickly convert to pants only. It has 120-gram insulation and adjustable suspenders and waist tabs.
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Get cold feet? The Boot Insulators from ArcticShield might be the answer. Their heat-retention technology has been developed and honed over many years, so it's of the highest quality. These sport a polyester outer shell and liner, and are windproof, water resistant, lightweight and packable. Simply roll them up and slide them into your pocket or backpack.
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The Whitetail Caddy Pack has a structured base and back panel that allows you to easily pack a climber or hang-on treestand. Its zippered lid easily transforms into an external shelf to keep your most accessible gear ready for the moment it's needed. Plus, it has an internal capacity of 1,950 cubic inches. This pack weighs in at 3 pounds, 15 ounces.
They’ve nicknamed it the Hand Refuge, and for good reason. It’s like a sauna for your hands on a cold, crisp, wintery day. Using this reduces the need for heavy gloves, which can get in the way of shooting and other in-the-field tasks. It accomplishes this with a combined 800 grams of insulation. This includes 500 grams of Thinsulate and 300 grams of high-loft lining. It even has an external pocket for additional gear accessories. Just strap it around the waist, and you’re ready to go.
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This versatile boot is built with the female foot in mind. It's lightweight, breathable and has a ribbed outsole that's easy to clean. It’s 100% waterproof and features a 5mm Neoprene bootie. Available in sizes 6-11.
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Need a new gutting knife? This one will do the job in a jiffy. It’s a multi-functioning cutting tool that sports a 4.2-inch, 420 stainless-steel blade, with gut hook, and a 4.8-inch ABS rubber handle. The entire knife weighs 6.8 ounces, so it’s actually pretty light. It comes with a durable, protective sheath.
The Infusion from ThermaSeat helps keep your butt comfortable and dry, and that can be worth a lot. The cushion is designed around three barriers. The earth barrier is a 1-inch layer of rigid, closed-cell foam that serves as moisture protection. The comfort barrier is a 1 5/8-inch layer of premium urethane Comfotek foam. Finally, the thermal barrier is a 3/8-inch layer of closed-cell Softek foam for added warmth.
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This bonded fleece jacket has velour lining. It’s waterproof, which is a huge benefit on windy, drizzly evenings, when the deer are moving and you need to be out there. It comes with a detachable hood, adjustable draw cord around the waist, YKK waterproof zippers and a welded arm pocket. It’s available in sizes ranging from medium to 4XL.
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