"I use these key pieces on a daily basis in the hills during the spring. Quality gear is a must when you spend as much time as I do shed hunting."
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Versatile hoodie with small pockets for accessories. I typically wear this piece all the time. Breathes well and dries quickly.
New pant from King's - 4 way stretch fabric and a great weight. Perfect for putting on a ton of miles.
You'll typically encounter a lot of mud and/or snow in the spring. These are guaranteed to keep you clean and dry.
Mid-weight loft insulation. Carry this in your pack for a quick layer when glassing.
Full coverage during sunny, hot days at high elevation.
Light layer of protection on your hands.
"Before you head out shed hunting, make sure you have your clothing dialed. The clothes that we wear can help us stay out in the elements longer, which in turn can lead to more sheds found. Here are some clothing recommendations for your shed kit."
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I always wear a lightweight hoodie to keep the sun off my skin.
Awesome new XKG lightweight pant that allows for maximum mobility and keeps you
cool when covering a lot of miles.
Some days are colder than others in the spring. A warming layer is absolutely essential to take shed hunting. I prefer a lightweight, insulated jacket that can stuff into my backpack.
My most crucial shed hunting piece. Sometimes you have to post hole through deep snow to get over to the next south slope. The gaiters will keep your legs and feet dry. They also prevent ticks from crawling up the inside of your pant
These gloves are essential for keeping your hands warm on cold days., while still being able to use your optics.
It will keep you dry on wet days and block the wind when glassing from those breezy ridge tops. I always have a rain jacket in my pack.