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The Fanatic System


cuts the audible engagement distance in half

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Getting busted by the rustle of your sleeve as you draw your bow is the kind of memory that will keep you up at night. To beat the whitetail deer’s incredible ear, we teamed up with wildlife researchers and Gore’s materials engineers to study the science of deer hearing to inform the design of the quietest system we’ve ever made. The Fanatic system is built with GORE-TEX INFINIUM™ with WINDSTOPPER® Technology so you can stay warm and focused in the moments that will live on in your dreams.

Science of Sound

From GORE's Testing Labs to the hardwoods of Alberta, the Fanatic System takes the quest for silence to the next level by cutting the audible engagement distance with a deer in half.


Designed for women, by women, the new Fanatic System is the quietest whitetail gear we’ve ever made and uses the most advanced sound-suppressing fabric in hunting. And now it’s warmer than ever, with specialized features including SITKA Ground Shield in the back panel of the jacket and seat of the bibs to insulate you from a frigid tree trunk or stand seat. All day sits just got warmer and quieter.

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Planet Florida

The whitetail deer is a survivor. From the forests of Appalachia to the valleys of the West and oceans of open-prairie in between, the whitetail has evolved to call virtually all of North America home. This broad territory not only makes the animal a great food source, it also offers hunters a dizzyingly diverse and challenging set of environments to go hunting in.

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The Confluence: Identifying Key Funnels for Whitetails

The primary needs for a whitetail: food, water, shelter, and communication - often come together in places that are commonly referred to as funnels. Funnels are also known as transition areas, travel corridors, bottlenecks, and pinch points. By using maps and scouting, you can pinpoint these funnels.

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Second Chances

Perched 20’ above the ground, Alex Templeton sits quietly in her tree stand, awaiting destiny. Beneath her, radishes, turnips, oats and wheat blanket the ground: the perfect deer salad to bring in the biggest buck she’s ever pursued. For the past three years, she’s watched him grow via trail camera footage, his antlers distinct due to the inside point by his G2. 

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SITKA Films: The Quiet Place