Clothing

7 Item(s)

  • First Lite Allegheny Bottoms
    One of the main reasons merino wool is so popular as a base layer is because of the versatility it offers hunters. With synthetic base layers you have to pay close attention to the weight of the product, not so with merino wool. The natural wool fibers respond to micro changes in temperature, which is why one of the widely toted benefits is that merino wool is cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The Allegheny bottoms should be your go-to base layer for your legs. Whether you are crouched in a duck blind or wandering the mountains the Allegheny is your first line of defense against sweat, cold and stink producing bacteria. Trust nature and choose merino wool. -Machine washable and dryable
    $90.00
  • First Lite Chama Hoody
    The midweight Chama hoody is one of those base layer pieces that finds its way into your pack on every hunt. If it’s a fall hunt the Chama hoody flies solo, protecting you from bacterial build-up, moisture and chafing in the warm weather. If its winter you layer the Chama with a lighter base layer and add an insulation layer over the top. The ¼ zip allows for some temperature regulation and the hood allows you the option for a little more head protection on those cool days, or in the case of the ASAT pattern, makes you that much more stealthy on a stalk. If you are on the fence about merino wool or looking to expand your options the Chama hoody deserves a place in your pack. -1/4 zip -Arm pocket -Machine washable and dryable
    $115.00
  • First Lite Kanab Pant 2.0
    The Kanab pant was designed to be “the” hunting pant. Quiet and light enough for warm weather, yet tough and easy to layer for cold weather hunting. The designers of the Kanab hit the nail on the head with this pant, starting with the materials used in the pant. First Lite uses unique rip stop merino wool fabric for the Kanab pant, which turns all the benefits of merino wool into a fabric tough enough to withstand years of abuse in the field. Usable, functional pockets and optional suspenders round out the Kanab pant, a simple pant built to take on any challenge you can throw at it. Updated in 2015- and now the Kanab 2.0 features a Duraflex Nylon Crotch to help with durability when climbing. -No zippers or velco pockets for silence in the field -Tough rip stop fabric -Machine washable and dryable
    $160.00
  • First Lite Llano Long Sleeve
    The Llano long sleeve is perfect for those chilly mornings. When you roll out of the tent there is frost on the ground, but you know once the sun comes up you will have to ditch the puffy jacket and then its up to the Llano. Merino wool is the ideal base layer material for a couple reasons. Perhaps most importantly is the way merino wool interacts with the environment. Merino wool does an excellent job wicking moisture, which makes you feel cool when its hot, but it also an excellent insulator which makes you feel warm when its cold. These micro adjustments are largely effected by fabric weight, but there is no denying the benefits of merino wool. The Llano long sleeve makes the most of these benefits, keeping you comfortable as you pursue your next trophy. -Machine washable and dryable
    $85.00
  • First Lite Llano Short Sleeve
    The quintessential base layer the short sleeve shirt is a real team player. As the layer that touches your skin this layer has to be soft enough to keep away friction rash, it has to wick away all the sweat you produce as you struggle through alders, and to top it all off it should be anti-microbial because you are going to wear this bad boy for 7 days straight. It’s a tall order, one that is pretty hard to match, but the Llano SS has it covered. The natural properties of merino wool will keep you comfortable and protected during your next hunt. When you pack merino wool you can focus on other things, trust nature and wear merino wool. -17.5 ultrafine merino wool -Flat seams for next to skin comfort -Machine washable and dryable
    $65.00
  • First Lite Red Desert Boxer
    At Barneys we are big fans of merino wool. Its soft, performs well in a huge temperature range and is naturally antimicrobial. These benefits translate to more comfortable days in the field with less time waiting for the laundry. Unless you don’t sweat when you are lugging you gear to the top of a mountain you will enjoy the wicking power of merino wool as well as the temperature regulation that is one of the perks of using a natural insulator. Flat stitches keep chafing to a minimum and a soft jacquard waistband keeps your shorts where they belong. -17.5 micron Ultrafine Merino wool -Machine washable and dryable
    $50.00
  • First Lite Uncompahgre Puffy
    The insulation layer is a critical component of any successful layering system. After a hard hike to an area to glass protecting your core temperature is imperative. Have a compressible, lightweight layer that you can throw on as your sweat cools can allow you to sit and glass longer, and we all know that might be the difference between a filled tag and an empty freezer. The Uncompahgre Puffy fits that description. Lightweight and packable the Puffy utilizes body mapping technology to place more insulation where you need it the most, while sparing insulation and saving weight in areas that don’t need as much protection or require more mobility. The Puffy also uses Cocona’s Active Particle Technology to move moisture from your baselayer to the outside environment, a feature that can save your life if you fall in a river or get doused in a rain storm. The Puffy uses synthetic insulation which means it will be warm even if you are wearing it when you fall in that river. The Puffy is a well-designed insulation layer that utilizes the best technology available so don’t leave home without it. -Active shooters cut for increase shoulder mobility -DWR exterior repels snow/rain and blocks wind -Stays warm wet or dry -Built in stretch for complete range of motion
    $225.00