SKRE Gear iHuntFit

What makes SKRE gear unique to the hunting industry?

We utilize proprietary materials that result in a layering system that is breathable, quiet and mountain durable. Our MTN-STEALTH & SUMMIT camouflage patterns are the most universal patterns in the industry. Gone are the days of needing multiple patterns for multiple habitat environments. MTN-STEALTH & SUMMIT have taken mountain concealment to a whole new level.

What kind of warranty does SKRE offer?

LIFETIME:  We offer a best in class warranty. SKRE gear is warranted for materials and workmanship for the life of the merchandise. We will attempt to repair damage caused by normal wear and tear at a reasonable cost.  Bottom line, SKRE will refund your money 100% Guaranteed!   Visit our website for more details.
SKRE iHuntFit

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SKRE Hardscrabble Pants Review

SKRE Hardscrabble Pants Review

SKRE Gear iHuntFit

Chad Chenoweth’s SKRE Review:

Pieces owned: Hardscrabble Pants, Wasatch Crew Top, Mad Trapper Hoodie, Ibex 170 Neck Gaiter, Loden Snapback, Sunrise Mountain T-Shirt

As a Midwest hunter, I was initially undecided on which SKRE items I would use the most from a company that markets and caters to a more western hunting environments.  I thought about my seasons, the weather, and my current gear.  I chose to situate myself between the early season whitetail hunting from late September to early November, and the gear that would work best during my spring turkey season.  I always like to be comfortable and warm.  I chose to go with the Hardscrabble Pants, Wasatch Crew Top, Mad Trapper Hoodie, and Ibex 170 Neck Gaiter to start out.  When the package arrived, I was immediately impressed as soon as my hands touched the material.  This is the softest gear I have by far.  I tried on all pieces and the fit was just as described by the scale on the website.  My only concern after fit, was durability of such a soft material in environments with heavy brush and thorns.  This concern quickly faded as I headed out to the woods for my first few early season whitetail hunts.  I caught the pants and top on my tree stand, the “wait a minute vines”, and multiple sticker bushes that were still in bloom.  The next test was South Central Texas Hill country.  I climbed and snagged over multiple barbed wire fences, nasty brush, and rocks for 4 days, with no tears or faults in the gear.  I was comfortable, dry, and had the exact layers I needed to keep me warm when I was a bit chilly, and cool when it crept into the 80 degree afternoons.  Now that it’s late season here in Ohio, I have continued to wear my SKRE gear as base and mid layers each time I go out.  The comfort and fit are exactly what I was looking for.  I have been contemplating daily what my next piece or package of SKRE will be!