Sitka Traverse Zip-T The Traverse Zip T is “an abrasion-resistant outer layer for mild days and an insulating mid layer for the cold. The durable knit outer face fabric protects a soft fleece backer that traps warm air to distance your skin from the elements. The half zip pullover construction with zippered chest pocket delivers a tailored fit. Sleeves break below
Trekker Outdoor Gear – TREKKER Gaiter Review Trekker Outdoor Gear was founded in 2017 by avid outdoorsman and hunter Sean Morgan. After “many years of disappointment, Sean came to the realization that he needed to create gear that would fit his exact needs. Sean later purchased a small sewing machine and began designing various prototypes in order to meet his needs.
“Get your rifle and shoot that buck,” was all I heard as I scrambled to throw my pack down and shouldered my rifle. With a few quick adjustments of the scope the “Freak” buck illuminated my view. I quickly realized that after spending numerous days in this basin, we had never seen this buck before. Brad and I talked quietly,
The Perfect Satellite Communication Device for the High Country Hunter Last winter, my wife and I found out that we were expecting another child in October 2016. Some might say that this was terrible timing, but we were beyond excited with the news! I quickly realized that my fall may be a little different from years past. With the baby coming close
Anyone that has spent more than a few days in the high country has been there. Eating freeze dried meals for days on end tends to make something seem a little off and not quite right. A quick glance at the nutritional panel on most of these meals, and it quickly becomes apparent as to the reason why. I do
Billy makes the jump into top end hunting clothing with 5 pieces from Sitka Gear: The Jetstream Jacket, Kelvin Lite Hoody, Core Heavyweight Bottoms, Mountain Pant, and Core Lightweight Hoody. After a full season of relying on this system, he shares his experience using Sitka Gear in Wyoming's high country.
In regards to my gear list, 2016 has brought some significant changes. I have upgraded three of my main gear areas including: clothing, pack, and finally safety equipment. I anticipate writing a full review of these items throughout the fall so please stay tuned for more specifics! After much debate, I decided to upgrade and utilize Sitka Gear this year. This
My 2015 Wyoming mule deer season started similar to many prior years. A significant portion of my time was invested in preparing myself both physically and mentally; fine tuning and purchasing the best equipment that I could afford; and increasing my knowledge of mule deer behavior and the country that they live in. Although I have been privileged to harvest