New Bowhunting Products, Part 3

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New Bowhunting Products, Part 3

Buck Wear

Buck Wear ClothingWhen it comes to casual wear that really appeals to bowhunters, fishermen and outdoorsmen in general, Buck Wear has few peers. Here Buck Wear president and founder David Trapp holds up a few of the latest styles, and more news is on the way. Buck Wear held a contest at the show to determine some catchy new slogans; we’ll update you soon and let you know the winners.

Website: Buck Wear

Pole Mountain Outdoors Bow Cases

Pole Mountain Bow CasesLooking for a tough-as-nails traveling bowcase? One of the best I’ve seen hails from Pole Mountain Outdoors…the new Hardcase BII that can hold two compound bows or one with full quiver attached. Is this case really tough? One of the “can’t-miss” demo videos at the Show was in the Pole Mountain booth…a clip that showed company Sales Manager Jedediah Forrest (pictured) attempting to damage the case with a baseball bat, even riding (and surfing) on it while being towed behind a pickup…on a gravel road. Look into Jedediah’s eyes. If this guy couldn’t break one, nothing will.

Website: Pole Mountain Outdoors

The Breath Taker

The Breath TakerSmart whitetail hunters, especially, are always looking for ways to reduce human scent. A smart solution to one of the biggest offenders, your mouth, is The Breath-Taker disposable active carbon face mask. Priced at about $13 per 5, you can get a couple hunts out of each one before simply disposing it and starting with a fresh, odor-trapping mask, designed to adsorb 99 percent of all breath odor.

Website: The Breath Taker

Opti-Logic Rangefinders

Opti Logic RangefindersIt is no secret that laser rangefinders are one of the handiest gadgets a bowhunter can use. What is most exciting is that this technology is getting easier and handier to use, a good example being the new Opti-Logic Micro-1 Rangefinder that has been several years in development. At just 3.25x2.5x1.38 inches, it is the smallest hand-held rangefinder I have seen, very similar to a pack of cigarettes. How cool is that? Even more bowhunter-friendly is this handy, waterproof design makes use of an LED red dot display that’s ideal for low-light situations.

Website: Opti-Logic Rangefinders


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