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Wes Siler’s Extremely Dialed Elk Bowhunting Gear
Ready to geek out? Wes Siler walks you through everything he’s carrying, wearing, and shooting in the mountains of southwest Montana this September. Hunting elk with a bow and arrow on public land, in grizzly country, is one of the most challenging outdoor pursuits available anywhere, so the gear it takes to stay comfortable, safe, and deadly is among the highest-performing available. You can read more about the important conservation work provided by elk hunters here.
The key components of Wes’s kit:
- Stone Glacier X-Curve Pack Frame
- Stone Glacier Approach 1800 Pack Body
- Maven B.6 12×50 Binoculars
- Peak Design Capture Clip w/Bino adaptor
- Mathews V3 Bow
- Montana Knife Company Speedgoat
- Havalon Piranta
- Argali MOB Game Bag Pack
- Sitka Core Lightweight Baselayers
- Sitka Kelvin Active Jacket
- Sitka Mountain Jacket
- Stone Glacier SQ2 Alpine Gaiters
- Lowa Baldo Boots