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Hunting Apparel - Game Gear Testimonials and Reviews

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Hunting Apparel - Game Gear Testimonials and Reviews




We are asked on a regular basis where to find reviews and testimonials for our gear. Here we will list a few. Along with links to the videos or threads. If you are a Game Gear hunter or a part of #GGnation and have a review, we would love to hear from you. Send to: Ron Elmer - ron@gamegear.com


 I have worn tons of Camo patterns and have watched hunting clothing evolve from the old days where everything was cotton with zero performance qualities to today's high performance hunting clothing lines. Performance clothing is allowing us to layer with less bulk and stay warmer and drier than ever before! The Game Gear line is truly a quality performance line of clothing. Designed by true hard core hunters. Game Gear puts a lot of time in research and development before any of their clothing hits the market, so as a buyer you can rest assured it has been run thru the mountains! Game Gear is hitting all the levels of performance from the Catori summer line to the Tala late fall to winter line. They have you covered and they are leading the way with new product lines in the development stages! The Game Gear pattern is an earth tone pattern that works from the low land sage brush, to high elevation timber and aspens to above timberline. I have been in tighter, with more close encounters this fall than I have ever been in my hunting career!

Kelly Cox - i-videowildlife.com



Game Gear Hunting gear takes on Kodiak island, Alaska.

I'd like to pass on another option for guys as gear is evolving and it doesn't hurt to try new things. GameGear is out of Utah and their gear is made in the USA. They are a relatively newer clothing company but in my opinion it doesn't show by the quality, which I'm very impressed with. I just got back from hunting Sitka blacktails on Kodiak island Alaska, which is one of the most brutal location when it comes to gear/clothing wear and abuse. It's full of alders, goose berries, and horrible wet footing that unless you haven't been there you might not understand (as I didn't). It's like a crossfit obstacle course full of sloppy footing and thorns catching you on most steps. The temps while I was there was lows in the 20's, highs in the 30's, rain, sun and snow all in a weeks time. On my hunt I wore the tala series (pants, jacket, pull over and vest) and for the extreme conditions it performed better then I expected. The pant and jacket material is as tough as they get and extremely water repellent treated with dwr. I had heard rumors the tala material on the pants was loud but I never had an animal alert to my clothing noise and I was sneaking into bow range of several bucks during the trip. I never noticed any unusually louder noise from the pants vs other pants I've worn in the past. With gaiters and good boots i never once had water soak through either item and I stayed dry. The last day it snowed good on us and I stayed dry under the clothing. After the first day of the hunt I expected by the weeks end to have several rips and tears in the pants from the goose berries but was surprised to have none. The tala material is TOUGH! Another great note on the pants for you taller guys is the lengths are extremely generous and no flooding if you get me. The tala pullover also was great, comfortable, and very rip resistance versus the goose berries and alders. Also the base layers were extremely comfortable and kept me warm in the chilly temps when I stopped to glass. I also wore the poloma gloves which are well made, tough and great for bow hunting as they're a next to skin fit. I wore the hunting cap majority of the time, which is comfortable and they offer xxl sizes for guys with big domes like myself. I also wore the odina beanie which was nice but it ran a little small for my big head and didn't cover my lower ear lobes. One thing I like as well is the pattern which blends very well in most environments and will work in all environments imo as long as the hunter watches his movement. All in all I'm super pleased with this gear and for the gear pricing I think it's a great deal on items that can make your hunt more enjoyable and successful. I highly recommend gamegear hunting clothing for your next adventure! http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=4507481

Chris Stone (outdoor bowhunter, writer, photographer)


After 2 years of wearing the Tala System I know I've found the gear to meet the demands of the many adverse terrains and climates of the PNW. 

 The craftsmanship is authentic and extremely durable for this 100% American made product. Comfort, flexibility, & durability were definite key factors in their design to meet any hunter's needs. I now own each piece in the hunting line and my expectations have been exceeded, I'll  always stand behind all Game Gear technical apparel.

-Jake Word 




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