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Minnesota Bucks and Minus33 Merinoholics Adventures Kyle

Minnesota Bucks and Minus33

Preparation

The chilly night air consumed me as I prepped for opening morning, for the first time in 15 years there would be snow on the ground for Opening day of Minnesota Deer season. It is always an exciting time of year. Our traditional family cabin was packed with 6 of us. The anticipations made it hard to sleep. Hanging my gear the night before, I made sure I had all the appropriate Minus33 gear on hand. Starting with my inner layer of Lightweight next to skin, such as the Saratoga bottom and Ticonderoga top. These are followed by the Explorer Midweight Crew and the Adirondack Midweight Vest. Finally, the Thermerino jacket before my outer shell. Combined with the Expedition Wool Balaclava which keep me comfortable during the long days sit. These products keep me in the stand longer and warmer, so I can pursue such a great tradition in the Northwoods.

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Merino Wool Base Layers for Elk Hunting and More

By:  | Sep 21, 2017 | HuntingWestern Exposure

Do you want good Base Layers for Elk Hunting and More?

Last fall I tested several merino wool base layers for Elk hunting.  I really liked a pair of Merino Wool long Johns I bought locally and looked the company up, it was called Minus 33.  I contacted them this spring and received some “skin garments” for my spring bear hunting and summer mountain work.  I wanted to test these items to try and resolve an age-old problem, that swampy feeling under your backpack and in your crotch. READ MORE

minus 33 merino wool clothing, Moose hunting with Minus33 in Alaska

Moose Hunting with Minus33

Minus 33,

My friend Dale Ash turned me on to your products last year. In September I did a DIY moose hunt in the Alaska Range. It was my first trip to Alaska. Your underwear was perfect for hunting in and sleeping in. Kept me comfortable even when damp. Temperatures ranged from 15 degrees F and snow to sunny and 55.READ MORE

minus 33 merino wool clothing, Hunting Life Test the fingerless glove liner. wearing fingerless gloves is better for hunting when it comes time to pull the trigger.

Hunting Life Tests the Minus33 Fingerless Glove Liner and Mock Turtleneck!

Hunting Life

Having hunted in cold weather and expecting to do so again this year, I know the importance of warm hands. Fingers just don’t work as well when they cold. What I’ve done in the past is kept my hands in my gloves while stalking and then taking them off when I am ready to shoot. But what I really wanted was fingerless gloves. That way, I could keep my gloves on and my hands warm but have my fingertips exposed for a safer and more accurate grip on my rifle.
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Minus 33 Merino wool clothing, bow hunting

Introduction to Bow Hunting

If you’ve got the itch for archery, then I’m here to tell you that there is no cure for it. It’s very addictive and will change your life forever. There is no form of intervention that can stop it and you will more than likely get your friends addicted to it as well. You’ll be so addicted, that you’ll have a lot of good feelings that will bring on confidence, happiness, and if you’re not really careful; JOY.
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Minus 33 Merino wool clothing, summer mountains

When You’re Up High in the Back-country

When you’re high in the back-country of elk country, you need clothing that will help keep you cool, dry and warm all at the same time. I need something that is going to keep me going long after the rest of me has all but quit. Quality clothing helps keep the hunter moving and feeling fresh. Minus33 is some of the best around when it comes to this. The ability to wick sweat, dry in minutes and also to keep you warm when the temperatures decides to drop is crucial. It’s the ultimate clothing brand for the serious hunter. The back-country is an unforgiving place, miles from roads and even further from cell phone service. Your clothing is your most vital part of your gear. It keeps you from being exposed to the harsh elements of fall in the mountains.READ MORE

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