After two days of using a major competitor I realized while warm it lacked functionality. The search began and wouldn’t you know the Blizzard Buddy showed up! WHAT A GOD SEND!! This thing is warm, has the pockets inside so things dont fall to your feet as an opportunity arises, comes with a hoody built in (separate purchase required with leading competitor), comes with booties to help keep things clean (also a separate purchase required from leading competitor) and it has the ARM holes, which are great for when you need maybe just one hand (think snacking, drinking, ranging, or wind checking) the zippers are super quiet and most importantly thing this is TOASTY! They have a customer for life and I will recommend everyone of my buddies that hunt in the frigid Wisconsin late season!!
Love my blizzard buddy! When it’s sub-zero temperatures you don’t have to go to the truck and warm up. this is a great product.
Love my blizzard buddy!!! It is very functional and easy to use!! Exactly what I needed for those cold late season days!! The arm holes are great!!
Love my Blizzard Buddy and they are made in the USA!!!
My Blizzard Buddy kept me warm in sub-zero temperatures, but more impressive is the functionality of the suit. - Dave Kopp, Stark County - 265” buck
The problem with many of the over-the-clothes suit options for cold-weather hunting is that they aren’t really designed for bowhunters. This is not the case with the Blizzard Buddy. This fleece-lined, ultra-quiet suit is built in such a way that bowhunters can easily (and silently) zip open the arm slots and shoot without worrying about interference from bulk. It’s also made in the U.S.A., outfitted with interior pockets and rolls up into a small, portable unit that can be carried anywhere late-season critters dwell. - Grand View Outdoors
Might seem like overkill but it won't be if you're out there and the temperature never gets above freezing. The Hunting Suit is designed to allow bowhunters to stay warm, and if need be, maneuver into shooting position. It's available in a variety of sizes, and can be a lifesaver on long, frigid days when the north wind won't stop blowing and the first few snowflakes of winter start falling. -Bowhunter
In the cold late season when the mature bucks are on their feet feeding, you can bet I will be in the tree stand, warm in my Blizzard Buddy. - Buck Owen, Wayne County - 256” buck