Tim Terrell wrote:Primaloft.
I wear a thin long sleeve base layer shirt, THIS
insulating layer, and THIS
hardshell. I stay warm down into the single digits.(it doesn't get any colder than that here.)
If it says cotton in the ingredients I don't wear it.
A few years ago I decided to try gear designed for use in the mountains, climbing, hiking, etc. I know a lot of work goes into the design and functionality of the higher end products. Finding earth toned colors can be tough, but the only one that really matters is the outer shell. Most of my hunting when in blinds or layouts I just wear that jacket, but when I'm more exposed I throw on one of those ultra thin mosquito mesh camo jackets.. If you shop around you can find closeout deals on any of the stuff. That ArcTeryx Theta shell I wear retails for nearly $600 but I bought "last years colors" for under $250.. I just googled them and found this one LINK
for $239. The Mountain Hardwear jacket I bought off Steepandcheap.com for less than $60. So I'm all in with PREMIUM mountainering gear for the cost of Columbia 4 in 1 setup.
PLUS, I work in the corporate world, and can and do wear both to the office without as much as a second look from anyone.
This guy does some pretty honest reviews on outer shells. The first jacket is the one I own.
It also looks like the sitka gear stuff does pretty well if you're set on a camo optionhttp://hardcoreoutdoor.com/2011/10/07/b ... acket.aspx