Almost synonymous with fall in Pennsylvania is deer hunting season. Hunters anxiously wait to gather their bows, guns, camouflage, rainwear, and hand-warmers and take to the great outdoors.
There are a few changes from the 2020 hunting season in Pennsylvania and bag limits and dates set by the Pennsylvania Game Commission. Overall, the 2021 deer hunting season in Pennsylvania has a positive outlook.
Even though summer is just around the corner, it seems like all of the spring showers are never-ending. And when it comes to spring camping essentials (or really, any camping gear), you’ll want to make sure everything is water-resistant for just that reason.
Having the proper camping gear for any of your spring, summer, or fall camping trips, means making sure you know what is or isn’t essential for you and your group. Depending on where you’re going and for how long will change a lot of your equipment decisions. Here at Kool Dri® Rainwear, we’ve found there are a few spring camping essentials you shouldn’t go without.
Some of the messiest jobs are often the most rewarding, especially when you’re a farmer or veterinarian. Working with animals—however messy it can be—may be great, but it’s important to keep yourself as clean and safe as possible. So, what is some of the best personal protective equipment out there? Kool Dri® Rainwear’s full-body rain suits, of course!
No one likes driving any type of vehicle in the rain, but if
you have ever been caught riding a motorcycle in the rain, it can be even
worse. Not only does the rain make your clothing cold and miserable, but
visibility also decreases and makes driving situations more dangerous.
While your safety is your top concern, if you have to drive in the rain, you might as well be more comfortable, right? Here at Kool Dri® Rainwear, it’s all in the name—we’re experts at keeping you dry in the rain! Riding in the rain doesn’t have to be terrible, as long as you follow a few of these tips.
It’s no secret that rain can put a real damper on your
hunting trip…literally. Whether you’re taking down bear, doe, turkey, buck, or anything
else this archery season, you’ll want to make sure you’re fully prepared.
Even if you’re asking yourself, “Is it even worth the hassle to hunt in the rain?”—Kool Dri® Rainwear has you covered.
Spring and summertime camping excursions are popular among
families, scout troops, and other outdoorsy souls, but the fun of these trips
can often be significantly “watered down” by sustained showers over the course
of days or even unexpected rainstorms. If you’re an experienced camper, you
know that rain doesn’t have to ruin your fun or cancel a long-awaited trip—it
just has to be planned for and worked around.
Today’s post offers some of our best advice for keeping dry,
or at least keeping comfortable and happy, while camping in wet weather.
Like any decent fisherman knows, fishing during a light
morning drizzle or after a heavy rain can bring out some of the best catches.
The rain helps to keep bugs close to the surface of the water and also washes
debris and fish food into water systems, creating optimal conditions for
reeling in that next big trout or bass.
Unfortunately, these conditions can really dampen your mood if you’re not properly prepared. It’s important to have the proper gear to keep you comfortable and dry so you can focus on the big catch. At Kool Dri® Rainwear, we know that the best rain gear for fishing has several important qualities to keep fishermen happy.