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tritonman

Heater Bodysuit?

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Has anyone ever used the heater bodysuit? I do a lot of sun up to sun down hunts during the rut and late season when It gets really cold. I have not found anything that keeps me comfortably warm except a heater. They are not very easy to haul around with you though. I bought a heater bodysuit because the are supposed to be unbelievably warm and you can return them if you don't like them. Any feedback?

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I've got one and they do keep you warm, as long as you get into them before you are cold. They are a bit bulky but they work better than the old sleeping bag I used to haul up in my tree. I definately have been able to hunt longer because of it.

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I've lusted after one of those suits for years but still haven't pulled the trigger. I've read good reviews of them!

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