Just like the Women's Wetland Boot, the Original Muck Boot Company Men’s Woody Blaze Cool Snake Boot in Mossy Oak Country is a great option for early season. The Woody Blaze Cool is surprisingly lightweight and flexible with a lightweight EVA midsole, rubber exterior, and XpressCool lining resulting in the perfect warm weather snake boot.
Read Muck Boots Women's Wetland And Men's Woody Blaze on the 1800Gear Blog.
Muffs, such as Walkers Game Ear, should fit firmly around the entire ear to protect it fully. Ear plugs and Walkers Game Ear muffs can reduce noises by approximately 5db-13db. It is recommended that for noises greater than 100dB these should be worn in combination with one another.
Read Walkers Game Ear Review on the 1800Gear Blog.
I recently got a chance to incorporate Korkers Devil’s Canyon Wading Boots into several of my outdoor excursions. To be honest, I have an entire closet full of wading boots from high end models to economical versions I picked up on sale. But, this is my first pair of Korkers and after wearing several times in and out of the stream, I now wonder why I ever used anything else.
Read Korkers Devils Canyon Wading Boot Review on the 1800Gear Blog.
I would argue the true magic in Gear Gripz is not the grip itself, but the adhesive used in the grip tape. Gear Gripz calls it an "industrial adhesive," and it is certainly is strong. Yet the true question with Gear Gripz is how does the industrial adhesive impact the item it is placed on long term?
Read Gear Gripz Grip Tape Review on the 1800Gear Blog.
Just recently, I received the opportunity to get my hands on an inflatable, belt-style personal floatation device called the Onyx M-16 Low Profile Personal Floatation Device (PFD). This unit is rated by the U.S. Coast Guard as a Type V PFD, but it can function very well as a comfortable floatation aid or Type III device. The most important part I recognized immediately was the small, lightweight design.
Read Onyx M-16 Belt Pack PFD Review on the 1800Gear Blog.
Another hunting boot to consider is the Under Armour Fat Tire™ with Gore-Tex®. This very lightweight boot is one of the best selling boots in the UA lineup. Weighing a mere 18 ounces, they feel like you are barefoot with cushion! The Fat Tire by UA is a great boot for early-season hikes, scouting and hunting.
Read Selecting The Best Hunting Boot on the 1800Gear Blog.
Bownet makes sophisticated training devices for football, soccer, baseball and more. When it comes to complex football training equipment, the Bownet QB5 Training Net is just the right solution. It’s compact, easy to install, and can take the most powerful shots athletes can throw
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when the Black line was expanded to include a laser rangefinder, I looked forward to testing one with great expectations. The very first animal I ranged with the new Nikon Black RangeX 4K was a black beef cow. To my surprise and sheer delight, the reading came back instantly on the very first try: 891 yards. This is simply outstanding performance!
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The problem with using your actual safety harness you use for hunting is that it exposes the harness to sweat, odors, wear and tear. Hunter Safety System, the premier safety harness manufacturer in the industry, offers a wide variety of styles for every age and size hunter. One of the newest safety harnesses they offer is the HSS Hanger Harness.
Read Hunter Safety System Hanger Harness Review on the 1800Gear Blog.
The SIG Sauer Kilo 1200 is another great addition to the Kilo family of laser rangefinders, and it boasts everything you've come to expect from SIG Sauer. We're talking attributes like sturdiness, ease of use and the highest precision for the money.
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Spypoint combined its superior cellular technology with an innovative solar panel and introduced it as the Spypoint Link-S. The Link-S is my favorite trail camera in the Link Series and will surely be a favorite among hunters seeking a perfect high-tech scouting advantage. The Link-S has allowed me to scout property in NE Kansas from Alabama.
Read Spypoint Link Series Review on the 1800Gear Blog.
While fly reels are important to keep your line in check, fly rods come in various weights, lengths, and actions to meet the fly angler’s needs. Rods can be chosen for a specific application or can be purchased for a more comprehensive approach.
Read How To Choose A Fly Rod on the 1800Gear Blog.