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Snow camo insulated #14185479 10/07/19
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Any recommendations on a snow camo insulated parka/coat for winter predator hunting?

Natural Gear looks like it'd work but they don't ship to Foreign Countries like Alaska.

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Re: Snow camo insulated [Re: VernAK] #14190444 10/09/19
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Having h hunted in northern MN and the Dakotas, I find a light cover camo better than buying an insulated outfit. Your under outfit can be of better quality and worn all the time just using an easily packed cover suit when needed. I have cover pants but rarely use them, on a stand my legs are usually below a predators line of sight. Sitting on my skis or snowshoes my legs are post holed down in the snow.

I don't wear the bottoms on my ghillie suit either for the same reason. You can get a winter ghillie suit from Allpredatorcalls.com.

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https://allpredatorcalls.com/kill-suit-3d-strip-wicked-woods-snow-fabric-lined-apc005s/

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Re: Snow camo insulated [Re: VernAK] #14190693 10/09/19
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The coverup coat that Cabelas sells for snow goose hunting works well also.

Re: Snow camo insulated [Re: VernAK] #14191907 10/10/19
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I also recommend alight snow camo outfit that fits over heavier clothes. Works well for me coyote calling b


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Re: Snow camo insulated [Re: dale06] #14193017 10/10/19
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Originally Posted by dale06
I also recommend alight snow camo outfit that fits over heavier clothes. Works well for me coyote calling b


+ 3 on a large light weight camo cover over regular winter coat. I use Gamehide coat and pants, and depending on the spot, may wear dark camo pants or no camo, mix and match to whatever fits the background, be it a snow free stump, low drift with dark brush above, etc.

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Re: Snow camo insulated [Re: VernAK] #14203033 10/14/19
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I use a military over white cover over my Carhartts when it is cold out. Doesn't look real sexy, but does the trick. Got it on ebay for a few bucks, can double as a ghost costume on Halloween, lol. I also have a Kings camo thick fleece jacket that works ok when it's not too cold and the Delta wind isn't blowing.

Re: Snow camo insulated [Re: NMiller] #14203566 10/15/19
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Thanks all!

Re: Snow camo insulated [Re: VernAK] #14205507 10/16/19
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I use the Kings outfitter white camo and stay very warm in it.


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Re: Snow camo insulated [Re: VernAK] #14219142 10/21/19
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+4 on a lightweight outer layer.
I have a hoodie and pants that my wife made, both solid white
And I have a purchased hoodie/pants white with a gray/brown camo pattern

Both are lightweight and are worn over appropriate for the weather under clothes.


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Re: Snow camo insulated [Re: VernAK] #14221042 10/22/19
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VernAK:

Buy a white coverall in XL/XXL made of Tyvek (for painting) at Menards, Lowes, or Home Depot - they cost less than $10.00. Wear your current warm weather clotyhes underneat; it cuts the wind and keeps you super warm, also it is watherproof and lasts all year. These have worked well for me below 0.....

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Re: Snow camo insulated [Re: VernAK] #14232880 10/26/19
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For Predator hunting in the snow. I bought the Military surplus snow poncho frim Midway a few years ago. Russian I think. It is a durable cotton with light green blob camo. I have stood out in the open with a whole herd of deer walk right up to me. Take a seat in snow covered sage or Junipers and you disappear. I wear it over my regular camo. It also is good for waterfowl. But the shotgun can get interfered with while shooting. I also have US military surplus Snow over pants. I think both pieces and the snow camo face mask was under $50


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Re: Snow camo insulated [Re: VernAK] #14232951 10/26/19
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Natural Gear Cover Up - overwhites/uninsulated. (Amazon?) Layer as needed underneath. I treat mine with DWR to stay dry.

Gamehide makes a great headcover that matches well.


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Re: Snow camo insulated [Re: 1lessdog] #14257175 11/05/19
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Originally Posted by 1lessdog
I use the Kings outfitter white camo and stay very warm in it.


I've been using the same setup in MT and ND for several years. I like having access to my pockets and never found the pocket arrangement to be very user friendly on any of the white coverups I have tried.


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