Orvis Hunting
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Systems for Any Season

Brave the Elements in Technical Gear for Any Weather

If we’re going to get specific here, “upland season” really isn’t a season at all in the traditional sense of the word. Depending on where you live or where you’re hunting, the “season” can span from late summer into the dead of winter. It’s why we’ve developed a cohesive system of clothing and gear designed to take you comfortably through it all, whether you’re stalking woodcock in Vermont under late September sun or chasing North Dakota ruffed grouse in the throes of a mid-December snowstorm.

Every piece has been custom created specifically for the upland hunter, utilizing performance blends that stretch and move with you, wick moisture, control odor, and protect against the gnarliest cover you’ll ever encounter. And when the mercury drops, you can rely on layers that block wind, repel rain, and utilize body-mapped technology to hold the heat exactly where you need it. In all, this collection encompasses everything you need for upland season—regardless of what season that may be for you.

A black and white speckled dog leaps through golden tall grass
“This is the PERFECT layer for the rapidly changing temperatures associated with early- and late-season upland hunts.”
—Orvis Customer on their PRO LT Softshell Pullover

Our Favorites

In full hunting gear, Darcy Toner pulls Timbre Pringle over a hillock
Orvis-Endorsed Wingshooting Guide Durrell Smith in his Upland Softshell Jacket with his dog
A hunter, scanning the endless landscape at Flying B Ranch in Idaho in a Long-Sleeved Featherweight Shooting Shirt

1. Timbre Pringle, wearing the PRO LT Hunting Vest, PRO LT Softshell Hoodie, and PRO LT Hunting Pants, gets a hand tackling some tough terrain in southern Alberta, Canada, from Darcy Toner in a Blaze Waxed Brim Hat, PRO Insulated Hoodie, PRO Series Hunting Vest, and Upland Softshell Pants. Their dog, North, offers encouragement. 2. Orvis-Endorsed Wingshooting Guide Durrell Smith in his Upland Softshell Jacket, ToughShell Pants, PRO LT Vest, and Upland Shooting Gloves, and Vegas taking a well-deserved break during the hunt at Hollywood Plantation in Thomasville, Georgia. 3. Scanning the endless landscape at Flying B Ranch in Idaho in a Long-Sleeved Featherweight Shooting Shirt, PRO Series Hunting Vest, Upland Softshell Pants, and Blaze Waxed Brim Hat.

What are they saying about Orvis Upland Gear?

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“The Orvis Pro LT hunting gloves were one of the most useful pieces of equipment on my hunt.

The natural fit made for easy mobility and comfort. The suede palm was critical for grabbing onto rocks, branches, and brush. Having my hand protected at all times with good mobility was crucial. The most important part of any upland hunting glove is whether or not it impacts or constricts your ability to handle and shoot your gun. I can confidently say that these gloves excelled in the field and have been on every upland hunt of mine this season performing tremendously well.”
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“If you regularly hunt in heavy brush, I recommend looking at a durability-first pair of pants, such as the Orvis Pro LT,

which is still remarkably lightweight and breathable but features a stiffer, more rugged material designed to hold up through brambles.”
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“Take this 16.1-ounce hoodie along for nippy mornings that may turn sweltering.

Its DWR finish keeps you dry in dew-heavy fields, and the double-weave fabric provides four-way stretch, breathability, and abrasion resistance. Other features we love: an adjustable hem, four roomy pockets, and contour cuffs that won't obstruct your shotgun swing.”
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“It can be hard to make modern technical gear that pays tribute to past tradition, but Orvis nails it with the Pro Series Hunting Vest.”