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Conquer the Mountain
**Woolrich TechnoWool Shirt **
Made from a blend of 70 percent wool and 30 percent nylon, the TechnoWool shirt is lightweight, comfortable, and machine washable. It comes in various plaids, but the red-and-black check pattern is the dress code for deer camp. $66; 800-966-5372;

** Weatherby Performance Wool Parka**
Completely lined with itchproof fleece and cut extra-long to keep you warm as you sit on stand, this coat has it all: Five shell holders per side. Cargo pockets backed with hand-warmer pockets. Two zippered inside pockets. Double-layered elbows. The new gray camo pattern comes in 27-ounce wool and is rated to zero degrees. The high desert brown comes in 27- and 14-ounce wool. $200; 805-466-1767;

Weatherby Performance Wool Cargo Pants
Weatherby’s cargo pants have double-layer knees and seat, and are cut to allow a maximum range of motion. Lined with soft fleece, the pants come in the same camo as the Weatherby parka. The hitches are included. $170

Trek the Deep Woods
**Pendleton Solid Elbow Patch Shirt **
A perfect layer between your thermals and your coat, the Pendleton is also good-looking enough to wear to a Thanksgiving game dinner. It’s 100 percent wool yet fully washable. The Brown Mix and Green Mix colors go well with any camo pattern. $83; 800-649-1512;

Filson Timber Mackinaw Wool Hunting Coat
The antithesis to all those high-tech hunting coats, this substantial, roomy mackinaw covers you completely down to midthigh. The camo pattern is a dull-brown forest background. A double layer of wool forms a zippered pocket across the back. $315; 800-297-1897;

**L.L. Bean Maine Guide Wool Pants **
For 60 years, registered Maine guides have worn (what else?) L.L. Bean’s Maine Guide pants when venturing into the big woods. Available in camo for the first time ever this year, and made of stout but not-too-heavy wool, these generously cut pants have six pockets (including BDU-style thigh pockets). $79; 800-221-4221;