Good Medical vs. Bad Medical: Learn the Difference! [NEW BOOK]
Posted on December 05 2022
Tis the season for layering. Pro hikers will attest: Layering your clothing is key to overland movement. As well as surviving out in the cold. What's your method of choice?
Very good messaging!
Messaging is simple and aimed at a newbie target audience (good) but cotton blends make for cheaper and very durable bush wear (over insulation) such as BDUs, etc. As cotton absorbs and keeps water, it makes for terrible insulation or wicking layers, but if woven tightly makes for adequate dry/cold outer windproof layering or cotton blends (50/50 NYCP) spark & flame resistant outer wear.
Excellent advice. Came true recently on an elk hunt. 6 inches of snow, 3 degrees with s slight breeze.