When you head to the woods and fields, you need top-quality apparel from head to toe. That means high-quality hunting pants that allow for flexible movements and less noise. It means base layers that keep you comfortable while pulling sweat away from your body.
In cold weather, it also means high-quality hunting jackets from NOMAD. Our jackets use the most advanced technology and fabrics to create a garment that meets the needs of the most demanding hunters in the woods.
From the cool mornings of early season to the frigid chills of winter, a hunting jacket from NOMAD will help you stay warm, comfortable, and effective on the hunt.
Our hunting jackets are made for tremendous performance in the field, and we achieve this goal by utilizing the most advanced materials and the best engineering. Our jackets use a DWR finish that locks moisture out of the garment, keeping you dry and comfortable through a long day in the worst conditions. They also have scent-reduction technology, including the SilverZ system, which combines silver as an anti-microbial agent and zeolite as a way of trapping your scent, keeping it locked away from sharp-nosed animals like deer, bear, coyote, and turkey.
With these technologies, we use our innovative approach to create garments that are functional and effective...
This excellent hunting vest helps to keep your midsection warm while allowing complete freedom of movement for your arms. It has a durable zipper at the front, side pockets, and a safety harness port at the back. It also has firm, flexible material on the sides for less jamming and pinching.
You can wear this waterproof shell jacket over any of your hunting apparel. It not only has a half-zipper front, it also has two secure front pockets and a back zipper that allows it to expand, helping it fit over large winter jackets. It also has a back port for tree stand harnesses and comes in two camouflage designs.
Part hunting jacket, part cozy hoodie, this piece of hunting apparel is perfect for rugged hunting trips, working around the yard, or wearing around the house. With side pockets and a half-zipper at the front, it’s made for serious hunters who desire the best in their apparel.
Excellent for cool, pleasant fall and spring hunts, the Mergence Jacket has all the advanced technology and engineering you have come to expect from NOMAD. It has a secure chest pocket for added convenience, but the water and wind resistance will make it your favorite piece of apparel for the woods and the fields.
If you’re the type of hunter that leaves nothing to chance, then you owe it to yourself to wear NOMAD hunting jackets. You’ll be more comfortable and more successful with these advanced garments, so check out our full selection and enhance your hunting wardrobe today!
Hunters have sought shed antlers on the forest floor for as long as they’ve hunted deer. In recent years, antler shed hunting has become more popular than ever. However, while shed hunting is a rewarding activity, it is often difficult at the outset. Fortunately, dedicated NOMADs usually get better at finding antlers as they accumulate more experience. To enjoy success, you’ll want to hone your skills, cloak yourself in the right type of gear and maybe even enlist the help of your dogs. Whether you’re just getting started or have been at it for a while, we hope these antler shed hunting tips will help you improve your take.
No matter the pursuit, sportsmen and sportswomen are always interested in improving their game. If you fish for bass, you’re always after a bigger one than you caught the day before; if you like to stalk gobblers, you’re always on the lookout for a bigger and better bird than the last. Similarly, whitetail hunters are always keen to harvest a bigger buck than they ever have. And this drive will last for the rest of your life. Even if you managed to claim the biggest whitetail buck ever killed, you’d be out again next season, looking for his big brother. In this post, we’ll showcase some of the biggest whitetail deer on record and offer some background on the record keeping process.
Despite the close kinship of deer and elk, both species represent very different challenges to the NOMADs who hunt them. Most experienced hunters and guides would agree that deer are the easier quarry to pursue, but if you learn to embrace the ways in which these species differ and apply the skills you’ve learned hunting deer, you’ll have a much better chance of bagging a big bull. In this article, we’ll cover the difference between deer and elk hunting so you can have the edge over whichever game you choose to pursue.