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Contributors to this thread:
Nomad @ work 17-Nov-22
kscowboy 17-Nov-22
Nomad @ work 17-Nov-22
Nomad @ work 17-Nov-22
yurgen12 07-Dec-22
Jaquomo 07-Dec-22
Shiras42 07-Dec-22
t-roy 07-Dec-22
t-roy 07-Dec-22
spike78 08-Dec-22
Nomad @ work 08-Dec-22
ToomanybowsBob 09-Dec-22
Shuteye 10-Dec-22
From: Nomad @ work
17-Nov-22

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I've been looking at & buying Alpaca wool socks & such when I came across this hat. A bit expensive but it's hands down the best warmest hat I've ever had! The wind blocker along with the Alpaca wool keeps all your heat in. I forgot it one morning last week & had to use my Merino wool hat & the difference was stunning. I didn't realize how much wind was getting through the Merino hat. I won't forget it again!

17-Nov-22

Altitude Sickness 's embedded Photo
Altitude Sickness 's embedded Photo
Sorry Nomad. But I respectfully and politely disagree :>)))). This is the warmest hat ever. Made by Bowsite member JLmiller.

As people have pointed out. Not the best hat to be strolling through public land during firearm season :>))))

17-Nov-22

Altitude Sickness 's embedded Photo
Altitude Sickness 's embedded Photo
This one is pretty warm too. Also made by Bowsite Jlmiller North Dakota trapper

From: kscowboy
17-Nov-22
I’ve heard a lot of good things about the alpaca socks. I’m hunting 3rd season elk right now in CO and these SmartWools and other combinations just aren’t cutting it for me. Anyone have a preference for socks that are good for sitting for hours on end?

From: Nomad @ work
17-Nov-22
Those look like great hats! Definitely a discretionary decision during hunting season.

I would also be worried about owls & hawks while sitting in a tree! ;)

From: Nomad @ work
17-Nov-22

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kscowboy.........Check this thread on Bowsite.

From: yurgen12
07-Dec-22
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From: Jaquomo
07-Dec-22

Jaquomo's embedded Photo
Jaquomo's embedded Photo
Not the warmest, but definitely the most effective hunting hats!

From: Shiras42
07-Dec-22
I have one of the alpaca hats and yes, very warm and very comfortable! Definitely my go to for cold or windy days.

From: t-roy
07-Dec-22
I bought my wife a native-made qiviut stocking cap in Greenland, a couple of years back. She says it is by far, the warmest hat she’s ever worn.

From: t-roy
07-Dec-22

From: spike78
08-Dec-22
I had one of the hats on the top of your link above the $98 hat and worked great for me. I have Alpaca hat, socks, gloves, and even a sweater best stuff out there.

From: Nomad @ work
08-Dec-22
Well hi there Warren! You seem nice............

09-Dec-22

ToomanybowsBob's embedded Photo
ToomanybowsBob's embedded Photo
My daughter made this one for me. TMBB

From: Shuteye
10-Dec-22
Once early in the bow season. I climbed up into an apple tree that was loaded with apples to wait for a deer to come underneath. I had a hat on with feather suck up in it. I was in the tree before light. A great big horned own about took my head off. I removed the feather and killed a buck when it got good and light. Killed several deer from that tree over the years but I don't own that property anymore. I also don't wear feathers in my hat when hunting.

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