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Just a couple of years ago I went to Cabelas to buy some camo pants for hunting.  I was not happy about the tiny selection… but hey… I only needed one pair.  I tried on almost every pair they had.  Until that day, I never would have imagined that someone made camo “mommy pants”.  If the waste were any higher, I could save some money by not having to buy a shirt!  Who’d have thought?!

I left the store that day wondering why nobody made good camo hunting pants for women.  I even complained to customer service about it and let them know that the pants they had were actually not even wearable.

SHE Utility Camo Pants

Today, I’m glad that things have changed…. a little.  Earlier this year I returned to Cabelas with the hope that maybe this time they had some proper non-mommy pants.  The selection was still small, but I picked out a pair that looked good and went to the dressing room to try them on.  To my great surprise, they were NOT mommy-pants and they fit great!  Finally!!!

The brand is “SHE” and the pants I bought are “utility camo pants”.  I have now hunted in them and I absolutely love them!  They have a low-rise waist, 7 pockets, are lightweight, durable, soft and totally comfy.  I recommend them 100%!

Happy Hunting!

– Marci

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Welcome to Morrigan’s Lodge: The Ultimate Hunting Source for Women! My name is Marci Murray and I love to hunt! In my hunting adventures, I’ve discovered that there are not a lot of resources out there for female hunters. The female hunter “industry” is apparently new and even though it is growing, there just isn’t a lot out there. Guns are too big. Women’s camouflage pants either don’t fit right or they’re made for style rather than being useful. Coats are loud (probably because they don’t think that we will actually hunt in them!). And apparently the makers of hunting gear are under the impression that, just because we are women, we like everything in pink.

I have talked to a lot of people about hunting gear, guns, bullets, clothing, etc. to find out what I should use. I’ve bought more hunting pants that I can count (and only liked 2 of them). I’ve tried on clothes at the biggest hunting stores, only to be greatly disappointed. I’ve had guns that were too heavy for me, and finally found guns that I love. 

On this blog, I will share with you my adventures in hunting, which will include rating hunting gear. To my fellow female hunters, I hope this information is helpful to you. I would love to hear about your own hunting purchases and how you rate them. 

Happy Hunting!

Marci

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