Lyn & Lacey Hoffman: The Gear It Takes to Thrive on a Backcountry Hunt

Lyn & Lacey Hoffman: The Gear It Takes to Thrive on a Backcountry Hunt

June 25, 2020

Lyn and Lacey Hoffman have spent the last few decades surviving in the backcountry during big game hunts. They’re sharing their hard-earned knowledge with you in this video, highlighting what gear you need, what gear you don’t, and what gear might just save your life. We also talk about how to plan your first big game hunt and how to approach hunting in Alaska.

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Gear Mentioned in the show:

Hilleberg Tents

Wiggy's Sleeping Bags  

Havalon Piranta Knife -  

Half Face Blades - Custom made

Garmin inReach

Vortex Fury HD 5000 Rangefinder Binoculars

Crispi Men's Boots

Lowa Women's Hiking Boot

Hoffman Boots

WSI Sports Socks for warmth

Darn Tough Socks

Wigwam Socks

Hillberg Tarp

Black Diamond Headlamp

Mountain House Freeze-Dried Meals

Nature Valley Protein Bars

MTN OPS Whey Protein

Jetboil Cooking System

Coleman 2-Burner Stove

Swarovski Spotting Scope

Barney’s Sports Chalet

Glock 29, Sub compact 10mm

Black Diamond Trekking Poles


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