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#6035404 - 11/17/15 03:57 PM Heater Body suit
taylormade820 Online   content
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Registered: 03/05/13
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Does anyone have experience with this product? I was told they are great but didnt want to pay the 300 something dollars compared to buying some new warm bowhunting clothes. Thanks in advance!

Edited by taylormade820 (11/17/15 03:59 PM)

#6035433 - 11/17/15 04:11 PM Re: Heater Body suit [Re: taylormade820]
tShawnB Offline

Registered: 09/19/12
Posts: 945
Loc: Rolling Plains
As long as your primarily a stationary hunter, yes, they work great. Just like a big old quilt wrapped around you. They are kind of bulky and something extra to carry, so there's that, but if you're in a big enough tree stand, blind, high rack, etc... and sitting in one spot it's well worth the $$$ when it's cold. I used mine more when I bow hunted as you can pop out of it to shoot versus having to wear a ton of clothes, just be careful putting it on in a tree stand, especially a hanging tree stand. I don't mind the more bulky coats and overalls when rifle hunting. Oh yeah, if you have a younger kid, you will have to buy him/her one too or just plan on giving it up.

Edited by tShawnB (11/17/15 04:12 PM)
How come everybody I meet is a deer hunting expert?

#6035853 - 11/17/15 07:20 PM Re: Heater Body suit [Re: taylormade820]
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Buy a camo mummy bag. Same difference. They are warm.
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