The right jackets, pants, and masks are important for hunters, but far too many outdoor enthusiasts ignore base layers. Many assume that a tee shirt and a pair of cotton long underwear is all you need.
For the casual hunter, this might be true, but serious hunters make sure everything they wear will give them an edge in the field. This not only means superior outer garments, it also means advanced hunting base layers.
Thermal winter jackets and bibs are important, but perhaps the greatest benefit of base layers for your hunting apparel is the fact that you can wear them all year. These garments are excellent in the warm summer, as the light apparel won’t be too hot, and they are essential in the frigid winter, as they provide a comfortable layer between your skin and your thick coats and jackets.
Our base layers use moisture-wicking technology that moves perspiration from the skin to the outside of the material. This keeps your skin dry throughout a long hunt, helping you stay in complete comfort from start to finish.
While each species is different, nearly every popular game animal has an excellent sense of smell, including whitetail deer, wild hogs, coyote, and turkey. To keep yourself hidden, you not only need camouflage, you also need our SilverZ technology, which negates body odor through anti-microbial technology. These base layers also use zeolite, which traps in your smells.
Our base layers are built to keep noise to a minimum. When you move through the woods or lift your arms to take aim, you’ll create less noise. This means your target won’t be alarmed, making you a more successful and productive hunter.
NOMAD Heartwood Top
This long sleeve shirt is the perfect base layer for warm-weather hunting. With a camouflage print, this shirt masks your presence while providing superior comfort. It’s available in designs from Mossy Oak, Kryptek, and Banshee.
Designed specifically for hunters, this base layer bottom is more than a pair of long johns. It uses all the advanced technology and engineering we have to create a piece of apparel the keeps you comfortable, suppresses your scent, and hides your movements. Like the top, this bottom layer is available in three different camouflage styles.
This base layer is perfect for your winter hunting apparel. It fits comfortably on your upper body, providing a layer of comfort between your skin and your insulating shirt or jacket. Available in charcoal grey, this base layer provides the superior comfort and style you expect.
Keep your legs and bottom warm and comfortable with this superior base layer. From the advanced moisture-wicking technology to the convenient Emma Grip, which holds your socks in place all day, this base layer is made for serious hunters who demand the best.
Whether you need top-quality base layers or world-class hunting jackets, NOMAD has the garments you need. Browse our entire selection and you’ll be ready for a full year of successful hunting!
At NOMAD, we love the excitement and challenge of turkey hunting. It’s one of the most difficult yet rewarding forms of hunting, and like many American outdoor enthusiasts, we are always waiting for spring and fall turkey hunts. However, we all need to be reminded that turkey hunting, however enjoyable, can be a very dangerous sport. When done recklessly, turkey hunts can cause injury and even death.
You may have taken a hunter’s safety course, but it’s always wise to review proper turkey hunting safety so you and your fellow hunters can stay safe in the woods and the fields.
Every single state in the nation, with the exception of Alaska, has wild turkey hunting, making the sport easily-accessible to a vast majority of American hunters.
Some states, however, are better than others. According to Realtree, there are nine states that earn an “A” for turkey hunting. These states are located all over the country, so no matter where you live, you’re within a day’s drive of some world-class turkey hunting. So what are the best states for turkey hunters? Let’s find out...
If you’re a game-bird hunter of any kind, including pheasant, quail, duck, or goose, you need to be a reliable shooter if you want to have consistent success. Sure, modern shotgun technology, including choke advancements, autoloaders, and premium loads, have made shotguns better than ever, but it still takes a skilled hunter to drop a fast-flying bird moving with the wind at 30 yards.
One of the best ways to maintain your shotgun proficiency throughout the year and hit the ground running come opening day is to participate in clay pigeon shooting.
This sport can be enjoyed with larger groups or just you and your buddy, so let’s learn more about clay pigeon shooting and why you should get started this weekend.