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Out other night after fox sat in high seat overlooking bait station, was so cold at one point actually thought I was going to die 😂 after having quick look fancy bib type thermal suit,cover kidneys must be quiet ,warm ,breathable, could use for odd Wildfowl session recommendations please 

thanks in advance lee 

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If you only looking for a cheaper one I brought a jack pyke hunters bib and brace. It does the job ideal. I got mine on offer for about £15.

 

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Seems to be merino and merino ? Some cheap ish some expensive? Outdoors places vast array ,stick the words hunting base layers price rockets ? Are you using a particular brand etc 

regards lee 

 

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1 hour ago, Rammer223 said:

Seems to be merino and merino ? Some cheap ish some expensive? Outdoors places vast array ,stick the words hunting base layers price rockets ? Are you using a particular brand etc 

regards lee 

 

 

Mostly Howies

Icebreaker is also excellent. Both come in various weights, i.e. thicknesses; the heavier (warmer), the more expensive.

maximus otter

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Use a thermarest seat pad, stops the heat being sucked out of your body by the cold seat. Bib and brace is ok but a real problem if you have to take a “wild one”

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Never thought of it like that lol 😂 

i have semi decent top layers on reflection good base layer might be the way to go, only sat on plastic garden chair in tree house/box 

regards lee 

 

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I get my merino from mountain warehouse, for me the zip neck long sleeve and t shirt covers most of my needs. The long sleeve has thumb holes to help keep cuffs down.

https://www.mountainwarehouse.com/mens/base-layers/mens-merino-thermals/

never needed the heavy weight ones, but they’re usually under a fleece of some description.

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