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    If money was no object, what do you guys recommend to keep warm. Mostly I'm interested in boots and outerwear and long underwear, but any tips would be appreciated. I get cold easy, but you've got to be out there to get em. Thanks

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    Just to be clear, are we talking about hunting clothing or just general cold weather clothing?
    For hunting, I wear polypropylene long johns and wool. Layers are key. Check out Bemidji Woolen Mills (google them) for great wool stuff. Similar to Filson or Woolrich, but prices are a little lower.

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    I just got done testing out the underarmour in the heavy weight and it worked out beautifully.

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    Hi,

    I got my first Filson double mac jacket a few years ago. Matching elmer fudd hat and all. It by far to me is the warmest I have ever owned. I do not like shelter cloth, it doesn't breath well. Under the jacket I use my duofold long under sets (tops/bottoms). A pair of old wool pants. I woolrich jac shirt on top. If you are not outside in 10 degree weather you will melt.....

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    again, has anyone tried the thermologic gear? would like any comments... seems like a good idea...
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    Hi Fishgirl, I looked at the thermalogic, and it does seem like a good idea. I've also been looking into the "heater body suit" and can't get anybody to say a bad word about it. I have worn King of the mountain bibs and jacket with ulfrotte long undies, which is an expensive combo and often called the best, on several occasions in about 5-15 degrees with wind and precipitation. While I didn't freeze and wasn't actually miserable, I still wasn't comfortable. I like to climb in a tree around nov 1, and not come down until the rut is over. What is the answer??

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    http://www.akgear.com/
    Apocalypse Design would be your best bet on cold weather gear.
    Expensive. Spendy. Worth it.
    Lurker.

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    Anyone hunt with the Sitka gear? Especially the 90% pants and jacket?

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