Fabrics and the balance
Probably the most difficult part of our journey into hunting was selecting fabrics that have performance technology, quietness, were made in the USA, and tough enough to withstand what a mountain hunter could throw at it. As you could imagine this was far from easy and kept most of us from sleeping at night trying to get it right. Finding fabrics with performance tech was easy due to our athletic background and knowledge of sports like football and soccer. The challenge was finding these fabrics that were also strong enough to hunt in. This became a balance of quietness versus toughness. If we chose a fabric to quiet it was easily shredded on a highcountry mule deer hunt. If we chose a fabric that was really tough it was way to noisy to stalk in. So became the balance to benefit the hunter and provide fabrics able to withstand more than one season to keep hunters from having to purchase new apparel every season. We spent the next 2 years testing fabrics all over the west from summer temps in the desert to -30 hunting late season elk in the Rockies. If it didn’t function correctly or perform to our standards we searched on until the right balance was found. After very extensive testing we completed our first two lines of Game Gear Hunting. Our early season Catori line and our mid-late season Tala line. Both of these lines are 100% made of materials with performance capabilities like, moisture management, UV protection, anti-microbial, thermo-regulation and wind/water resistance. A list of all our fabrics are in the tab- OUR FABRICS.
These days hunters are morphing into a breed of athlete that demands functionality in there apparel. The old cotton camo pant just don’t cut it any more, for almost any level of hunter. So having our extensive background in athletic performance made it fairly simple when Ron Elmer and his team explained what they needed in a base layer, pant, shirt, jacket and other apparel, to be successful on a 9-12 day hunt in the remote backcountry of Colorado or Wyoming. All of our hunting lines are equipped with features like gusseted crotches, articulated knees, ergonomically designed pockets, longer inseams, re-positioned seams, reinforced belt loops/pocket corners and full movement of your arms and legs to be as efficient as possible while exerting maximum effort. For two years we tested all these features in every scenario we could possibly get the apparel in. Everything from being in a saddle for hours on end ridding into the western backcountry to hunting sheep and putting 30+ miles on our legs for days on end in horrible environments. If you ask, did we tested our gear, the answer is YES!
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We cant say it enough. 100% made in the USA is something special these days. And we are here to stay. We want to be able to share to our customers the process of building our product from start to finish and provide a hunting line of apparel that not only works and is built on hunting roots but is built for hunters by hunters. We have spent the majority of the last 5 years working on an apparel line that a hunter can be proud to wear and rest assured that their gear will hold up and be used as a tool to for success. The fact that we not only provide fabrics made in the USA but an entire company that is based on 100% made in the USA, means you will get customer service that is second to none. And be able to follow along as Game Gear Hunting grows in the hunting industry. We want our customers to know they can trust us and at any time make suggestions on our media outlets of what is or isn’t working for them and know we are listening. We have nothing to hide and are proud we can offer a product at this level with a price a working man can afford. This is gear developed, built, tested, and sold by the hunters who wear it and can back all that Game Gear Hunting is built on. We thank you for your business and welcome you to the GAME. Click Here…