The Ultimate in Cold Weather Protection
The TSS HEATER BODYSUIT

Picture a sleeping bag with giant feet. You crawl inside 
of your Heater BodySuit, boots and all and zip that baby up.
The cold stays out and the heat stays in. It is really that simple!

by Gary Clancy
 

Have you ever left your deer stand earlier than you had planned because you got too cold?  Have you ever found yourself fidgeting and moving around on stand in an effort to stay warm? Or have you ever fought the cold for so long that the hunt became a self-inflicted torture test instead of being fun? If the answer to any of those questions is yes, then read on because you do not ever have to be cold on deer stand again.

The Heater BodySuit is the ultimate in cold weather deer hunting clothing. No heavy batteries to lug around, no wires to kink at the wrong time. The Heater BodySuit works on a very simple principle: trap the heat your body generates.

Picture a sleeping bag with giant feet.  You crawl inside of your Heater BodySuit, boots and all and zip that baby up. The cold stays out and the heat stays in. It is really that simple.

Believe me, once you have one of these babies you won't wait until the mercury gets on the wrong side of zero to use it. Like most serious hunters, when the rut is on, I try to hunt bell-to-bell every chance I get. Temperatures in the teens and 20's are common during the rut in the North Country. Those kinds of temperatures are easy to take for an hour or two but the cold gets down to your bones when you start talking about eight to ten hours on stand. 

My Heater BodySuit has taken the torture out of those all day vigils. And, being a Minnesota native I always thought that anyone who complained about being cold while hunting south of the Mason-Dixon was a real wimp. Wrong again! I recall in painful detail a mid-December hunt in Mississippi when I would have gladly traded my bow for a Heater BodySuit. Then there was the time in south Texas when what the cowboys down there call a 'blue norther' roared through.  I thought I was going to freeze to death. Today, I don't travel anywhere without my Heater BodySuit.

Your initial reaction is likely to be very similar to mine. "Great idea" I thought, "but how is a guy supposed to shoot a gun, much less a bow while all wrapped up in some glorified sleeping bag?"  The answer is 'easy'. Thanks to a well-designed set of shoulder straps the upper portion of the suit falls away quietly and easily with a minimum of movement. I've used the suit a lot and I have yet to spook a deer while preparing for the shot.

This suit is available in a waterproof or windproof version. The waterproof version is great for your all around rifle/bowhunter. The windproof suit is the ticket for your ultra-quiet conscious bowhunters, those who hunt those cedar swamps in December where its so quiet you can hear yourself breath.

If you are serious about cold weather deer hunting, this is a product you should look into. 

TSS Heater Body Suit
www.heaterbodysuit.com
E-Mail: tssequip@heaterbodysuit.com

TSS Equipment Company
14302 Pigeon River Rd.
Cleveland, WI 53015

Telephone: 920-565-3273
Fax: 920-565-2733

TSS Heater Body Suit
www.heaterbodysuit.com
E-Mail: tssequip@heaterbodysuit.com

TSS Equipment Company
14302 Pigeon River Rd.
Cleveland, WI 53015
Telephone: 920-565-3273
Fax: 920-565-2733

Gary Clancy
National Outdoor Writer
Author -"Advanced Whitetail Hunting"

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