Movement in the trees makes my muscles tense and my heart speed. I see the branching antlers and I know this is one I’m taking today. My sights line up for a clean kill through the lungs. I breathe in deeply. I hold it. I squeeze. The weapon jumps in my arms as the deer jumps straight up into the air. The big buck comes down with a crash. I did it. The big fellow is dead and I have my clean kill. Nothing feels quite like it.
I imagine that’s the same exhilaration my father felt, and my grandfather before him. There is something necessary in hunting that pulls at a man’s soul and urges him to take up his gun and provide for his family. Mankind has done it since the dawn of time, and the very act of stalking game has been wired into our very genes.
My clothes, my attitude, and my interests all reflect my passion for hunting. It is something that touches on all aspects of my life. Thank God for the Internet, where I can supply myself and my hunting needs without giving up my desire for large selections. The Internet has everything you could possibly imagine on the topic of hunting, and my wardrobe reflects that.
The variety that the Web offers is extraordinary. It doesn’t matter what hunting season I’m participating in, I can find a hunting t-shirt to compliment it. When I’m not wearing camouflage, I’m wearing a shirt that reflects what I’m hunting. Boar, big game, elk, whitetail, and waterfowl are just a few of the types of t-shirts you can find on the Internet.
Hunting is a sport, a time-honored tradition, and a release from society. It can be an almost spiritual experience as you get in touch with a more primal part of yourself. It can be a way to teach your children about the importance of nature in an increasingly modern world. It can be a way to accept the part of yourself that needs to stalk, hunt, and provide. Why wouldn’t you want to express this very important part of your life in the clothing you wear?