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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Outdoor Research Biosensor Glove
    A base layer for the hands the Biosensor uses wool for warmth without bulk. The Biosensor also uses conductive fibers in the index finger and thumb that allows you to use touch screens without taking off your gloves. Use your camera or phone in the field without freezing your fingers. Combine the Biosensor with the Hestra Primaliner Mitt and the OR Mt Baker Mitt for the ultimate layering system for your hands.
  • Outdoor Research Backstop Glove
    At Barneys Sports Chalet we believe in dressing in layers and we use this philosophy with gloves as well. We use the Backstop glove as our base layer. The Backstop uses fleece combined with WindStopper technology to provide protection from the elements while preserving dexterity. Combine the Backstop glove with the Hestra Primaliner Mitt and the OR Mt Baker Mitt for the ultimate layering system for your hands.
  • First Lite Corrugate Guide Pant
    In Alaska, if your not getting pounded by rain, maneuvering a shale infested side hill, or crossing a glacial fed stream, your likely setting up your guide tarp to get out of the 80 Degree heat to catch some shade. Just as you start to think you've got a handle on the weather up here, mother nature throws you another curve ball with driving hail and a foot of snow over night. The Corrugate guide pant is a mid layer pant that was built to take the abuse of Alaska's backcountry. Built from Duraflex Nylon and featuring functional cargo pockets, a diamond crotch, and pure simplicity that doesn't break the bank, this pant can handle just about anything you can throw at it. Quick drying, 4 way stretch, and moisture wicking properties check every box on our list of MUST have qualities when we set out to choose products for our store. There is no shortage of product testing at Barney's, and if it doesn't live up to the hype, we just simply don't carry it. This pant is here to stay!
  • Filson Alaskan Guide Shirt
    Our iconic shirt is made with medium-weight, breathable cotton flannel that's wind resistant and brushed for soft comfort against the skin. The pleated back provides mobility through the shoulders, so you can work, flex, and stretch in it. Adjustable cuffs and a hem long enough to tuck in keep body provide sustained warmth. The dual expandable chest pockets are built for tools, and the back hanging loop offers a way to display your license easily. This one is built to last through years of wearing.
  • Sitka Gear Core Heavyweight Hoody
    With lofted fleece insulation and a form-fitting hood for added warmth and concealment, the CORE Heavyweight Hoody keeps you from shivering on long, frigid stakeouts. Permanent Polygiene® Odor Control Technology neutralizes odor by stopping the growth of odor-causing bacteria and fungi. The CORE Heavyweight Series is the next-to-skin foundation for static hunts in cold weather, with a body-mapped grid fleece backer that retains warmth while actively moving moisture away from the skin. FABRIC DETAILS - Bi-Component Polyester Spandex Blend FEATURES - Micro-Grid Backer - Brushed Inner Face - Flat Lock Seam Construction TECHNOLOGY - Polygiene® WEIGHT 13.13 oz. ; Large
  • Sitka Gear Coldfront Glove
    The Coldfront Glove is our guide-grade glove built for the coldest and harshest days on the mountain. Pittard's Oiltac high-grip leather palms and a wet-printed nylon face create a durable sheath for the fully waterproof and breathable GORETEX ® insert. High density fleece and Primaloft® Insulation work in tandem to keep your fingers toasty. FABRIC DETAILS - High Gauge Nylon with Seamless Knit Liner FEATURES - Adjustable Closure Cuff - Ring Finger Pull-Off Tab - Seamless Liner TECHNOLOGY - GORE-TEX® Laminate WEIGHT 7.1 oz.
  • Filson Ultra Light Jacket
    A lightweight, water-repellent jacket. Made with tear-resistant Cordura® Ripstop nylon and PrimaLoft® Gold insulation. Even when wet, it retains 98% of its insulating properties. Wear it as a jacket in the spring and layer it under a Cruiser in the winter. FEATURES Cordura® Ripstop nylon 60gm PrimaLoft® Gold insulation Moleskin collar facing Interior chest zip pocket Elasticated cuffs and waist for comfort and warmth Handwarmer pockets
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