New ScentLok Clothing for 2022

By Brodie SwisherJanuary 10, 20221 Comment

Scentlok continues to build on its extensive lineup of scent containment clothing designed for the deer hunter for 2022. Better yet, a number of the additions and improvements in the lineup for 2022 include some direct feedback and suggestions the company received from the Bowhunting.com crew on how to make a good product even better. 

Check out the video below as Justin Zarr takes a look at the new Scentlok gear for 2022. 

Phantom Pant

The Phantom Pant is the answer to the demand for a lightweight pant option in the BE:1 series from Scentlok. The BE:1 series is the apparel line built for bowhunters. Now the line includes the perfect pant for early season bowhunting. 

It’s got the perfect stretch qualities, Precip-X coating to shed moisture, and will be available in a solid color option as well as camo. 

BE:1 Voyage Bib

The new BE:1 Voyage Bib fills out the line with a bib for those days when things begin to get chilly in the whitetail woods, but it’s still too early to pull the heavyweight garments. It’s the ideal mid-season bib for when the temps hang out in the 20-50 degree range. 

The bib features a knee-length leg zipper and a Velcro-free suspension system that works smooth and silent. 

New Scentlok Clothing For 2022
The latest offerings from Scentlok deliver comfort and scent containment like never before.

Reactor Jacket

The new and  improved Reactor Jacket is the perfect layering piece to help you stay comfortable regardless of the conditions that come your way. 

It’s built with thermal mapped insulation to give you warmth where you need, without the extra bulk. It’s a full-zippered jacket that’s built to be windproof and cut for a more comfortable fit. 

New Scentlok Clothing For 2022

You’ll really dig the form fitting hood that won’t restrict movement and vision as you scan the woods around you, or prepare for the shot. 

Be sure to check out the complete line of gear at www.scentlok.com

Brodie Swisher
Brodie Swisher is a world champion game caller, outdoor writer, seminar speaker and Editor for Bowhunting.com. Brodie and his family live in the Kentucky Lake area of west Tennessee.
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