I only have to wear a few layers underneath when I'm hunting around 32° and down to the teens. If you want specifics, I wear a base layer (long underwear), a thin long sleeve shirt, a fleece hoodie, then the coveralls. If it's getting into the teens, I'll usually wear one thermal shirt under the hoodie. I am always comfortable moving around in these layers and the coveralls.
answered 3 months, 2 weeks ago
- New Jersey
I wear a single layer underneath, maybe two shirts. After hours, the only thing cold may be my feet, buts thats from my boots. My body is warm and not cold or sweaty. Their great, comfortable, and allow full movement.
I only wear a light base layer and BDU style pants and shirt. I've stayed very comfortable in temps in the low 20's
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