My current choices in Hunting Clothing
Oh, man. Technical clothing. I have been through a bit of it, read a lot more on it, and there is always more to test. However, I suppose, it would make sense for me to start a little with my experience with some New Zealand brands, their failings, their strengths and the future.
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I’m looking to update my hunting clothing as it is about 15 years old. Looking at getting some trousers and a shirt.
Previously have gone with Stoney Creek and had no problems. So my go to would be that.
However, there are quite a few more brands on the market these days. For example, Hunters Element. I had a look at their site and all looked good – but then read some not so good reviews – but they were from 2017 so things may have changed since then.
– One of the Blokes.
The never-ending quest…
It all began with…
Back then, which is not really that long ago, it all seemed to primarily be different flavours of fleece clothing. To be fair, a lot of it still is. A lot of Kiwi hunters seem to be content with the material and loose fit of boxy designs. I did skip the generation of Swanni’s and wool, which is ironic, considering the direction I am looking to head these days.
I went through the shorts and thermals stage – with gaiters as well. Buy the time you got that all on you were pretty close to wearing trousers anyhow. However, bush hunters tend to cross streams quite a bit – so that system works well in many areas. Though, I always prefered trousers and found myself leaning towards them anyhow.
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