New Zealand’s merino wool is regarded as one of the world's best insulating fibers and is the foundation of the First Lite layering system. This material offers several unique benefits that clearly give both the active and still hunter a significant advantage over synthetic fibres.
The 2.8 Hilux has become a New Zealand back country icon, and rightfully so.
Shaun Monk makes the most of 7 fine Autumn days hunting in Westland, dragging the pack and rifle through heaven and hell.
Spring’s a great time to get after it. Whether your filling the freezer on the river flats or chasing bulls and bucks in the big stuff, it pays to understand a few of the hazards associated with hunting at this time of the year.
Since it’s invention by Bill Hamilton in 1954, the jet boat has become a true kiwi icon. Untold numbers of deer have been boated out of our backcountry since the early deer culling days, and today the jet boat is still a common tool for access into our backcountry. Jetboating...