It is close to impossible to find an outdoor activity that is more American than hunting. Afterall, who wouldn't love the thrill that comes with going out into the wild with your best buddies and bringing home two weeks worth of meat. It not only is extremely enjoyable, but it will remind you that you as a human being are also an animal and that the comforts of your home and the convenience of going to the grocery store may sometimes make you lose sight of that. You were born with predatory instincts, it is good to put them to the test every now and then.
Humans do not have the same type of raw adaptability that animals have in the wild, however, so it is important to wear the right clothes and bring the right gear. The type of apparel that you choose to wear on your next big hunting trip can make you or break you. Never underestimate the power of preparation. With this short guide, you will learn what to pack and what to wear so that when hunting season comes around the corner, you will look like the hunter — not the hunted. One essential aspect of hunting gear that should never be overlooked is accessories. These small but crucial items can make all the difference in the success of your hunt. From binoculars to GPS devices, having the right tools can help you locate the game and navigate through the wilderness with ease. Everest hunting supplies have a wide range of products that can enhance your hunting experience, including high-quality binoculars, rangefinders, and game cameras.
Choose the Right Clothes for the Right Season
It is important that you prepare for the season that you are going to be hunting in. Most hunting trips are done in the Fall when things start to get a little colder. If you are planning your hunting trip around the end of the year, you want to bring clothes that can warm you up and make sure that the cold does not get in the way of your focus and your hunting.
There have been plenty of times when rookie hunters go to their first trip wearing nothing but shorts and t-shirts and end up quitting because they could barely even move their fingers enough to pull the trigger.
Remember — Plan Each Layer
As mentioned earlier, since your hunting trip is likely going to be in the colder months of the year, you need to plan to keep yourself nice and insulated. First of all, the most important element of clothing to keep yourself warm is the inner layer. Since it is the layer that makes direct contact with your skin, it would be a good idea to wear something that is water resistant. The middle layer should be something with thick material. Finally, a nice thick jacket with camo print is a staple outer layer that will absolutely work every time.
The Power Of The Hat
Finally, there is the most underrated and underappreciated element of the hunter's clothing, the hat. Of course you can say that the hunting hat is there to keep your head dry and warm but what you really want in a hat is to have something to send your message with.
For the all-American hunter, there is one message that would go great on the hunting hat. Think about it, you are the hunter, you want to make the clear. You are not the hunted. You may be wondering what that has to do with a hat. Well think about it, there are people out there who want to take your guns away. Not only will they deprive you of the right to enjoy a nice hunting session with your friends, they will also prevent you from doing your patriarchal duty of protecting your family.
Get yourself a come and take it cap and send your message. You are fair and firm but you are not to be messed with since you are fully aware of your rights. You are a proud American hunter — you will be respected.