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BowHuntingFool
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With all the talk of wool clothing lately, I made my first purchase from Fred and Teresa this past week! Now, I'm wondering what you guys and gals have on your noggins, what do ya wear when its COLD out..... post a pic if ya have any! [thumbsup]

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BOWMARKS
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When your bald outside and empty inside the warmest and wind ressistant has to be it.Wool seems to be the answer for me!!

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http://i145.photobucket.com/albums/r224/REALVTer/Latebowseason09009.jpg

When its real cold, I wear this.

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Schafer Silvertip 66#-"In memory", Green Mountain Longbow 60#, Hill Country Harvest Master TD 59#

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Walt Francis
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Being hair challenged, I need more head covering then most. During cold weather I use/wear two or three at the same time. I have and use the following: KOM bomber (the warmest), Gray Wolf Bomber (I use this one the most), wool watch caps, fleece balaclava’s (made by my wife), wool/synthetic ski Balaclava’s (full head but open faced), neck gaiters, and scarf’s (Silk). I mix and match combinations of these as the weather dictates. One note, both the KOM and GW bomber are large enough to fit over the other head coverings and are insulated wind stops. The biggest drawback with this setup’s is the loss/decrease of hearing but I’d rather be warm and deaf then cold and able to hear.

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Orion
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If I'm moving around, say bunny hunting or still hunting, I go with a wool watch cap. If I'm stand hunting, I pull a Fratzke knit hat over that (I like the camo pattern.). When the wind is really howling, I remove the Fratzke and wear a hood. On stand during cold weather, I also usually wear a neck gaiter or scarf.
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Shakes.602
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BLAZE Orange, Knitted Store-Bought Beanie!! [thumbsup] I would LOVE to have a "Mad Bomber" Hat!! [goldtooth] Now THAT is Toasty Looking!! [campfire] [archer]

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frassettor
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Stormy Kromer..Really nice and warm [thumbsup]
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Dave McDaniel
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Polypro pullover, wool hat, and 2 handwarmers tucked into the neck area.
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StanM
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Ball caps, a Noggintop fedora, Under Armor beanie, knit beanie...I like hats!

Stan

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Jim Picarelli
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I usually wear this or a brown wool one like it. Sometimes a fleece beanie too
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ishoot4thrills
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Heck, all I have is a regular old full face toboggan that is reversible from camo to blaze orange. It works well, all except for making my head itch!

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lpcjon2
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Fleece face mask and a fleece hood/gator over it.Wool on my head makes my hair hurt...LOL

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far rider
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wool boggin in the winter, light cotton boonie in the heat.

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Ybuck
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KOM wool hat, or under armor hats

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Stone Knife
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KOM or my Gray wolf bomber hats.

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Proverbs 12:27
The lazy do not roast any game,
but the diligent feed on the riches of the hunt.


John 14:6

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