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Winter Hiking Clothes: What I Wear

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Winter Hiking Clothes: What I Wear
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Just A guy (7 months ago)
Thanks ! I just ordered the pants !
luckyfil006 (1 year ago)
Likeable guy
JBdrum Outdoors (1 year ago)
Do you ever start a fire, get cold being out there for 5 hrs. Or is it not allowed?
JBdrum Outdoors (1 year ago)
TheTacticalDefender enjoy the time with family...
JBdrum Outdoors (1 year ago)
TheTacticalDefender this time of the year we get a little humility, to ramp up the monsoon. The difference here is, 100 is comfortable with 0 humidity, believe me 90 is perfect without humidity. So, when it's in the 80's without humidity, you can hike, bike, do anything all day..
TheTacticalDefender (1 year ago)
Too damn hot for me. Today was about 85 but very humid, you can almost see the humidity in the air. I was up at camp today working on some videos and just as I hiked back to the car it started pouring out, big storm came through. Raining out right now, just going to stay in, relax with the family and edit some videos.
JBdrum Outdoors (1 year ago)
TheTacticalDefender too hot out here to do any running around, been dying to test my Rush 24, first impression, it was 111 yesterday...., hot baby After September all the way to May is great. We haven't had any rain yet, this is when monsoon is supposed to rev up, but nothing yet. Love the monsoon
TheTacticalDefender (1 year ago)
Never cold. Ever. But I could get a fire going if I wanted to, no laws against it in this area. But honestly I never get cold.
JBdrum Outdoors (1 year ago)
No jumping, standoff only...
JBdrum Outdoors (1 year ago)
TheTacticalDefender hey, always being aware is a good thing, better safe than sorry
TheTacticalDefender (1 year ago)
JBdrum Outdoors Wow! Seems like so long ago, now I'm there all the time.
James Metalarc (1 year ago)
You kept me cracking up through out this entire video. I can tell you have a bit of "street" in you, your head swiveled like a police light lol. Tip :Usually if you motion your arms (drawing back)with a closed fist as if you're about to throw a rock ,scatters dogs. On rare occasion you might have to actually throw a stone or two. (But an empty hand closed fist will scare a dog aswell , he doesn't known if you are holding a rock or not .)Dogs just don't like getting pelted.
TheTacticalDefender (1 year ago)
James Metalarc lol I'm glad you liked it. I'm also always armed with multiple spare mags including several knives, I'm certainly not going down without a fight. I appreciate you taking the time to watch.
Doomsday Girl (1 year ago)
fall sorry dang auto correct.
Doomsday Girl (1 year ago)
I tend to wear knee pads every time I go out hiking I have neuropathy in my feet because of cancer so I tend to call easy.
Doomsday Girl (1 year ago)
I have that same pack I love it! I filled it full of medical supplies but I am wondering if I should make it into my hiking pack. what would you suggest? I do have smaller packs to put the medical supplies in. enjoyed your video
TheTacticalDefender (1 year ago)
Sorry, I'm just now seeing your comment. I love this pack as my hiking pack and I carry a pouch from Vanquest (any pouch will do) for my medical kit. I edc a pretty good size kit, I have a larger one that stays in the car and then a pretty well stocked kit that I hike with. Thank you for watching my video, much appreciated. Be safe out there.
j255173 (1 year ago)
This helped me out, I'm taking my first trip to Yosemite in a couple of weeks and needed some info. Thanks, and stay safe!
TheTacticalDefender (1 year ago)
j255173 Good luck my friend. Be safe.
mars GIA (2 years ago)
Carrhart has prefect clothing line for winter outings.
TheTacticalDefender (2 years ago)
As long as it's not cotton, not what you want to wear if you're going to get wet. As the saying goes "cotton kills"...
World Survivalist (2 years ago)
I'm trying to work out the best clothing system for winter in the UK. not easy in a country with such unpredictable winters
TheTacticalDefender (2 years ago)
All I can say is look for light weight, warm and comfortable clothing. Remember, it's always better to be too warm and have the option of peeling off layers instead of being too cold and not having layers to add.
The Alaskan Knife Guy (2 years ago)
which mountain headwear jacket is thst?
TheTacticalDefender (2 years ago)
I honestly don't know. It's over 5 years old and was bought at Dick's Sporting Goods. My wife bought one at the same time, I think we paid about $70 each for them. Worth every single penny. She still wears hers as well.
buzzsah (2 years ago)
So you like living on the edge. lol. Lucky for us you weren't talking underwear lol. I went to EMS a few weeks ago to buy 2 jackets but they have a lot of them. Is there a # or name?
buzzsah (2 years ago)
+TheTacticalDefender Thanks Tim.
TheTacticalDefender (2 years ago)
For the outer shell/rain jacket? it's called the Thunderhead.
TShull (2 years ago)
I've got a pair of Wrangler/Riggs ripstop cargo pants man i love em...Good video Tim stay safe!
Gamma Ray (2 years ago)
I have neuropathy as well. This hunting season I started wearing smart wool compression socks. They have been great so far. I suggest you check them out. -Rachel
TheTacticalDefender (2 years ago)
Will do. Thank you for stopping by.
Cr0cket20 (2 years ago)
Nice rundown of your system. Fun to hear those yotes out there...as long as they don't get too curious.
John McIntyre (8 months ago)
Cr0cket20 h
Michael Quigley (2 years ago)
You don't even need your gun for those little dogs, if they grab a pant leg or something rap them across the snout with the spine of your Esee, the hooping and hollaring he'll be doing will sent the rest running too. That is some beautiful country you live in my friend, you're very lucky. Did you ever find a different raincoat? Doesn't look like it but I did try to offer some suggestions. Next time you go bring some steak bones as a peace offering. Stay safe on those hills brother, you're making me nervous, take care. Mike
Hatch61 (2 years ago)
Thanks for taking us along Tim, glad you made it out okay. Keep that side arm ready, those coyotes can come up quick. I dress in layers also, it's the best in the cold. In very cold, I have a long parka that goes to just above the knee, great when sitting and taking a break, keeps the rear end warm and dry. Happy trails my friend.
The Daily Shooter (2 years ago)
Hey at least you weren't filming there when it came down lol
TheTacticalDefender (2 years ago)
Really haven't had any problems so far but every now and then they like to come see what I'm up to. I'm always armed so I don't worry about it. Thank you for stopping by.

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