NOMAD Outdoor is pleased to announce a partnership with the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF). Now, you can get the same high-quality, premium outdoor wear you’ve come to love and expect from NOMAD, but with a special turkey twist. These items feature the NWTF logo and be available in both the new NWTF Mossy Oak Obsession pattern as well as the Bottomland pattern. The best part? A portion of each NWTF collection sale goes to NWTF to support their work.
Nomad is thrilled to enter the turkey hunting apparel market with seasoned partners Mossy Oak and the National Wild Turkey Federation. Being long time turkey hunters, we knew that when Mossy Oak and the NWTF joined forces in the name of conservation, we wanted to be a part of this special partnership.
This new product line made its debut at the 2017 Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade Show (SHOT Show) in Las Vegas, Nevada. The NWTF collection is available through our online store and will begin appearing in leading retail outlets nationwide. So, whether you need a ¼-zip pullover, a new pair of hunting pants or a gaiter to keep your face hidden from those gobblers, NOMAD Outdoor has what you need. We even have incredibly comfortable, tri-blend T-shirts to help you show off your turkey-hunting obsession to your friends and family.
When you pick up your new NOMAD Outdoor NWTF clothing, you won’t just be purchasing the best turkey-hunting gear available; you’ll also be helping to support healthy turkey populations. That’s because a portion of the proceeds from every NOMAD turkey-hunting product sold will be donated to the NWTF. The NWTF will use these funds to help support their Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt. initiative.
The NWTF’s Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt. Initiative is designed to help protect wild turkey populations by helping to preserve the birds’ natural habitats. The initiative relies on donations and an army of volunteers to protect lands and introduce new hunters to the sport. The foundation’s goal is to generate approximately $1.2 billion dollars to help advance their mission, while enhancing more than 4 million acres of crucial turkey habitat and recruiting 1.5 million hunters, who will further help to spread the word. Now, you can do your part to help conserve the wild turkey while ensuring our sport can be enjoyed for generations to come.
Shop our NWTF collection today, and help support this important initiative!
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...
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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.