Extreme Hunting Coveralls

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  1. PopPop

    PopPop New Member

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    Looking to buy a new pair of Hunting/camo coveralls for extreme cold. I figure you guys would know best of all. What are your thoughts pros/cons. I would like something that is quite. Hunting all day long.
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    First lite Sanctuary bibs are awesome. Like wearing a sleeping bag. Completely silent.

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    I'll second the Sanctuary bibs. They are super warm, especially for stationary hunting. Probably too warm to if you are walking. I always pack mine in, then put on once I'm where I'll be hunting.
     
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    You will have to pack them in.

    Never used the First Lite can’t comment on them.


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    If were talking strictly for sitting then a Heater Body Suit can not be beat. Artic Shield also makes one but no experience with that one. A HBS is a game changer. Hard to imagine hunting without one
     
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    I’m looking for One piece coveralls not bibs. Thanks
     
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    Heater body suit, Arctic shield or Iwom. All three get a lot of good reviews. I have Iwom because I prefer the arms versus having to "get out" of the HBS. You can't get a warmer garment than these.
     
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    I just bought the one made by Arctic Shield last week. Blains has them on sale for 199.99. The last 2 days of high winds and cold temps in ne iowa the suit made for comfortable 4 hr sits!
     
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    Cabela's had a pair of stand Hunter extremes that were good and heavy. I am not seeing that they carry them anymore though.

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    What’s a Sitka knock off?
     
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    Cabelas MT050 have been great for me in the stand. I bet BassPro got rid of them & probably sell Redhead stuff now.
     
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    I've used wool clothes from Gray Wolf Woolens for years. You can't beat it on even the coldest days.
     
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    FWIW, I bought some wool outers from Cabela's about 2 years ago, and they were being closed out at the time. It sounds like they may have been what you are describing. But nothing that I have ever worn does a better job of keeping you warm in these type of cold conditions.
     
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    This is what I have, warm and keeps me dry
     

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