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  • A hat or cap with earflaps and gloves to retain body heat—most body heat is lost through the head and hands; gloves also protect your hands from abrasions and rope burns
  • Footwear that is sturdy, suitable for the conditions you’ll encounter, and broken in before the hunt
  • Two layers of socks—polypropylene against the skin and a wool outer layer
Getting soaked in rain can lead to hypothermia.
Getting soaked in driving rain can lead to hypothermia.