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Base Layer Evaluation – Synthetic and Natural Fabrics

Base Layer

The base layer is an important consideration to the hunter who wants to maximise the performance of their layering system. The moisture management capabilities of a well-performing base layer cannot be overstated. Over the years there have been various fibres and fabrics used to produce base layer products. Synthetic fabrics have enjoyed dominance in the […] Read More

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Whats you choice in base layer fabric?

choice in base layer

Broadly speaking, choice in base layer fabric can be classified into two major categories; natural and synthetic. Over the years during our own personal hunting adventures we have tried various fabrics in base layer garments; cotton blends, polypropylene, polyester, merino wool, bamboo blends, etc, etc… For us there has been two stand out fabrics – […] Read More

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Understanding camouflage to improve your success in the field

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These days hunting camouflage comes in many forms and flavours. The vast array of choices can serve to motivate the hunting consumer, ever eager to deck themselves out in the “best” camouflage system available…but what really is the “best”? The ability of a camouflage to blend into an environment is based directly on the very […] Read More

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The origin of our name

How do you pronounce TUSX? We often get this question. “Tus-ex”, “Tus-ix”, “Tussocks” or “Tusks”; these are all names we have heard mentioned to pronounce our brand. However, none of these are accurate, with the correct pronunciation of TUSX being TUSK… Many years ago and long before we developed a passion for stalking the shy […] Read More

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Worlds first Original BUFF® to not reflect ultraviolet light

camouflage buff

Ultraviolet light falls just outside the visible spectrum of the human eye, as such we cannot naturally perceive this light without the use of specialised lighting equipment. However this may not necessarily be the case with other creatures of the animal kingdom. It is now widely accepted that bee’s along with other insects can see […] Read More

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