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    Quote Originally Posted by blinginpse View Post
    He crashed and burnt from death within the iwom. At about 13 yards. The way I hunt it eliminates me carry cloths a long ways. And I don't mind my feet bound cause I'm standing on a small treestand platform so I don't need to move much




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    At zero degrees I walk in with a pair of pants and long sleeve t-shirt. Some of my spots are a 30-40 minute hike in carrying a climber. It's nice to carry the IWOM in and not sweat. I now run with uninsulated boots also. That used to be one of the biggest problems, feet sweating on the hike in.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Fendrick View Post
    At zero degrees I walk in with a pair of pants and long sleeve t-shirt. Some of my spots are a 30-40 minute hike in carrying a climber. It's nice to carry the IWOM in and not sweat. I now run with uninsulated boots also. That used to be one of the biggest problems, feet sweating on the hike in.




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    Agreed I've leaned to use uninsulated or jut waterproof no insulate boots when I get to my place I'll Change socks that really helps
    Me a lot too


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    I've found that taking the time to cut 4wheeler trails in during the spring and summer really helps with the sweating on the walk in come season.


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    Quote Originally Posted by whack&stack View Post
    I've found that taking the time to cut 4wheeler trails in during the spring and summer really helps with the sweating on the walk in come season.


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    Lol listen at you


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    I wasn't kidding


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    Quote Originally Posted by whack&stack View Post
    I wasn't kidding


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    I know. And I'm jealous cuz my azz walks a looooong way for smaller deer than you hunt lol.


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    Shoot we ain't got no monsters where I hunt in WV but I don't like sweating there either so cut trails I do lol


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    I use a Trufire Hardcore Max and love it. Has adjustable trigger pull weight and adjustable length of pull. Excellent very well padded wrist strap, very comfortable to use.

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