What Clothes To Wear While Hunting

Dressing in the proper clothing when hunting can really make it or break it. When people think hunting, they often times think one of two things…camo patterns or blaze orange. This isn’t always the case though.

The best way to decide what color to wear hunting is to think about blending in with your surroundings. Another thing to consider is the type of material you’re wearing. Fleece is typically a safe bet because it is a quiet material and it allows you to come to full draw back without making a sound. A final consideration is what is covering your hands and face. For hunters with fair skin, the last thing you want is to be decked out in gear, then have the perfect animal get a glimpse of your hands or face and run.

What To Wear In A Ground Blind

When hunting in a ground blind, you want to make sure you’re wearing the same color as the inside of your blind so that if a deer looks up, you blend in as much as possible with your blind. This typically means wearing all black. When in a deer blind, you want to cover any part of your body that deer will be able to see through your ground blind windows. Remember…the more you can blend in with your surroundings, the better.

What To Wear In A Treestand

When hunting in a treestand, there is nothing surrounding any part of your body other than the tree branches around you. That being said, dressing in camo from head to toe will be your best bet for blending in and staying invisible to the great outdoors. Another thing to consider when hunting in a treestand or saddle is comfort and warmth. We carry a few different options to help stay both warm and comfortable.

Mobile Warming is a great base layer option for those that get cold easily and those hunting in the brutal winter months. From socks to pants to shirts, we have all of the gear to keep your warm.

Mobile Warming Performance Heated Socks - Large Mobile Warming Primer Pant - Men's Mobile Warming Primer Shirt

Sitka Elevated II was specifically designed for all weather conditions and hunting at heights of approximately 15 feet high. Dress for success, comfort and warmth by layering your hunting clothes with Sitka Elevated II gear at Archery Country!

Sitka Fanatic Jacket Sitka Neck Gaiter - Elevated II  Sitka Fanatic Bib

What To Wear While Stalking A Deer

The odds typically aren’t in your favor when it comes to the many watchful eyes in nature. That being said, dressing properly when stalking a deer is crucial. Mobile Warming is a great option for stalking a deer as well. Simply control the level of heat when you’re walking from your smartphone!

Having comfortable, reliable and warm shoes for stalking a deer is very important. Since 1975, Crispi Boots has been engineering top of the line Italian hunting boots. With advanced technology, these boots are everything you need and more View our selection or give us a call to order yours today!

Crispi Hunter GTX Crispi Idaho II GTX Crispi Colorado GTX

Sitka Subalpine is designed specifically for stalking and ambushing ungulates from ground level in vegetated terrain and is optimized for engagement ranges of 50 yards and less. Check out all of the options Archery Country has to offer here.

Sitka Kelvin AeroLite Jacket Sitka Traverse PantSitka Traverse Glove - Subalpine

Wearing Blaze Orange While Hunting

After all of this talk about blending in with your surroundings, you might be wondering…”Why do people wear orange while hunting? Doesn’t that defeat the purpose of trying to blend in?” Great question! The main reason people wear blaze orange is for safety and because it’s the law. This color is very easily spotted by the human eye. Each state is a little bit different on the exact rules, but a general rule of thumb is all hunters and trappers in the field during the open firearms/muzzleloader deer seasons must display blaze orange or blaze pink on the visible portion of their cap and outer clothing above the waist, excluding sleeves and gloves.

Now you might be wondering...if it’s such a noticeable color to human’s, won’t the deer see you? Also a great question...Deer actually have a difficult time seeing long wavelength colors such as red and orange.

Make sure to check out all of the hunting apparel and backpacks Archery Country has to offer online or stop by our BrainerdWaite Park or Rogers location!