CLOTHES

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2008/10/05 20:10:42 (permalink)

CLOTHES

I wanted to know how many of you guys wash your clothes after you sweat?My walk is mainly up hill i try not to rush really don't want to sweat but when it's warm sometime it happens.
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    RE: CLOTHES 2008/10/05 21:15:47 (permalink)
    One thing I do is carry most of my clothes in a pack to my stand.  In all but the coldest weather I usually walk in with only my base poly shirt on and no hat unless during required orange time.
     
    Helps to cut down on perspiration alot.  Even then I wash my clothes in scent free detergent frequently.

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    RE: CLOTHES 2008/10/05 21:15:48 (permalink)
    I wash clothes every few times I go out.

    I strongly believe in scent technology.
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    RE: CLOTHES 2008/10/05 21:38:32 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: dpms

    One thing I do is carry most of my clothes in a pack to my stand.  In all but the coldest weather I usually walk in with only my base poly shirt on and no hat unless during required orange time.

    Helps to cut down on perspiration alot.  Even then I wash my clothes in scent free detergent frequently.
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    RE: CLOTHES 2008/10/05 21:40:49 (permalink)
    How do you pack your clothes.I normally got a summit on my back and a fanny pack around my waist?Do they make a bookbag that goes on a climbing treestand if so where can i buy one?
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    RE: CLOTHES 2008/10/05 22:29:24 (permalink)
    They make scent type bags and I have seen them in stores. Although, I don't use them and take my time going to the stand. Sometimes you just can't help but sweat depending on the weather and terrain.
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    RE: CLOTHES 2008/10/05 23:00:17 (permalink)
    Already got enough stuff to care around i don't know if i want to take it that far.I will try to just walk slower to my stand.Be nice if we were pros we could ride a electric cart with in 5o yards from our stands.Then sweating would be one less thing to worry about.
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    RE: CLOTHES 2008/10/05 23:50:43 (permalink)
    I let my clothes hang outside everynight after i'm done unless its gonna rain and i usually wash em every couple of days in scent killer, and i also put heavier stuff on at the stand as previously stated, also i have a quad so i ride in about halfway, walk the rest, not to bad on sweatin an the wind will keep you cool on those cold days on the way in.
     
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    RE: CLOTHES 2008/10/05 23:52:02 (permalink)
    Yeah, and we could use a blind and hunt over Com'mere deer stuff and kill em while drinking a cool Pepsi LOL. Guess we got to do it the old fashioned way.
     
    I like the idea DPMS has, carrying your stuff to your stand with th thinnest stuff possible. It makes sense, good idea.
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    RE: CLOTHES 2008/10/06 06:06:09 (permalink)
    I almost always end up carrying gear. Not usually bottoms, just coats and such. I feel your pain about carrying a stand. 80% of my hunting is out of a climber.

    Take your fanny pack, connect it around the stand in some area. Get yourself a cheap look alike mountin climbing clip(carabener, sp?), clip it on the strap you use to hold the stand together, now clip your coat on that.
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