There are great reasons for using odor control while hunting. First, to keep wary animals from catching your odors that naturally occur on the skin and transfer to clothing. The second? To keep your clothes smelling fresher, longer. The animals might not appreciate the second reason as much as your hunting buddies. No matter when or when you’re hunting, level the playing field between you and whitetail, elk, bear, moose, goats, sheep, antelope, and predators, with an odor inhibitor.
Microbes are living cells like bacteria, fungi, and algae that can grow on many materials creating foul odors, discoloration, and formation of mildew and biofilm. Put your gear away wet and you know exactly what we’re talking about. The antimicrobial properties of silver, unlike harsh chemical treatments, have been known for centuries. Applying it to outdoor gear is still a great way to combat odor. SilverStrike advanced antimicrobial fabric technology prevents the formation and growth of bacteria and other odor-causing microbes, keeping garments smelling fresher—and you staying undetected—longer.