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To solve their challenges, KUIU listens to trusted hunters and guides from around the world. We then design and test our gear to stand up to the toughest conditions.
In this overview, you’ll learn about our best clothing options that keep you comfortable, concealed, and protected in the hottest hunting conditions.
Keeping you cool in the hottest conditions, the Gila series of warm weather gear is purpose-built with highly breathable, odor-resistant, and cooling fabric. UPF 50+ rated, it’s the ultimate in hot-weather protection.
The Kutana line takes revolutionary stretch-nylon fabrics and crafts them into the lightest and toughest gear ever produced.
Whether you need heavy-duty, ultralight or packable hunting rain gear, these waterproof and breathable rain gear sets will keep you dry and protected on your toughest hunts.
With now three choices to choose from, figure out which one will work best for you on your next hunt.
From the next-to-skin base layer to the outer shell, this youth layering system will take any young hunter from hot and dry weather to colder fall hunting conditions.
Learn about our three-season and four-season backpack hunting tent options. Engineered with external poles and a built-in rainfly, they stay dry in any condition while you pitch them.
Learn about our trekking-pole-pitch, single-wall, floorless hunting shelters. They’re ultralight, extremely versatile, and do a fantastic job at keeping you well protected.
KUIU's hot weather line, Tiburon, was engineered with technologies that keep hunters comfortable and cool in warm temperatures.
Durable and feature-rich, the Pro Pack line is designed to withstand the abuse of hunting.
KUIU Chief Hunting Officer Brendan Burns and Director of Product Development Shaun Ayers, give an in-depth look at the new features and enhancements built into the redesigned PRO suspension.
Drawing inspiration from the original KUIU Bino Harness and our demand for relentless innovation, the new full-featured PRO Bino Harness is built for full binocular protection and ease of use.
Back in 2010, before KUIU hit the market, KUIU’s founder Jason Hairston solicited feedback on his blog from every hunter that had an opinion on what a camo pattern should be. Soon after, Vias Camo was born.
KUIU Verde expanded hunter concealment into landscapes dominated with green vegetation. Learn more about how and where it works best.
When you hear a company representative review their own products, it’s met with skepticism. But at KUIU, it’s part of our mission as a company to ensure we’re staffed by hunters who are dedicated to pushing our products to the limit.
From sheep and elk hunters, to the most discerning whitetail hunters and waterfowlers, I spoke with folks that had the opportunity to test Valo in the field.
KUIU’s Shaun Ayers walks us through the design of Valo, our most versatile camo pattern yet.
See our variety of solids paired up with our three distinct camo patterns—Valo, Verde, and Vias.
Learn about the light and tough, PRO LT hunting packs. They're ideal for hunters who count every ounce.
The International Down and Feather Laboratory is the foremost authority on testing down. Watch their procedures that certify KUIU’s QuixDown.
The design improvement of Super Down ULTRA is whats at the core of what KUIU stands for, the relentless pursuit of innovation. By going back to the drawing board on our original Super Down we were able to remove 40% of the original weight.
Learn about the key features and materials that go into KUIU’s insulated cold weather hunting gloves that keep you warm, dry, and protected.
See how Toray's Dot Air fabric from KUIU’s Tiburon products is made.
Jason Hairston follows the raw fabrics through washing, dying, the color lab, printing, DWR application, and quality control.
In response to questions about the durability of the new carbon fiber ULTRA pack frame, KUIU founder Jason Hairston arranges for trial by truck.
Go Behind The Seams at KUIU, and see the process of creating KUIU's unique carbon fiber backpack frames.
Go Behind The Seams at Chomarat's manufacturing plant in South Carolina to learn how this amazing new carbon fiber is manufactured.
Jason visits the SCARPA boot factory in Asolo, Italy, to get a look at the process of making Italian mountaineering boots.
Learn the key features and components every mountain hunting boot should have.
The Training Line Up of work out gear is ideal for trail running, the gym, CrossFit, weight training, and at-home fitness.
Shaun Ayers discusses the design philosophy, testing process, and technology behind the new Talus Hybrid Pant.
In this video KUIU's Pedro Ampuero goes through one of his favorite all season pants. A tough but comfortable pant to be used all your round in all types of conditions.
With updates to the design and layout we took the original customer favorite Kenai Jacket and made it even better.
Jason gives a brief overview of the new Stalker 500 pack which is a dual-purpose stalking pack that is prepacked with the essential gear to keep with you while finalizing your stalk.
KUIU Founder Jason Hairston hosts this look Behind The Seams at the largest fabric finishing facility in Japan, in this never-before-photographed Toray factory documentaries.
Go Behind The Seams with Jason Hairston to see how KUIU’s softshell Guide fabric is made.
Mr. Toshikatsu Kawada's family has been in the down business for five generations, and he has dedicated his life to creating the perfect feather. In this documentary portrait, we meet the man behind KUIU's innovative Super Down products, and catch a glimpse of his passion and absolute devotion to quality.
An extremely breathable short for scouting, hunting, and everyday wear, the Tiburon Short allows the slightest breeze to pass through the fabric, allowing your body to cool down when heat management matters most.
A lot of companies claim their down is waterproof…but how waterproof is it? Matt Lieber from IDFL pulls back the curtain on the Hydrophobic Shake Test, showing a real 90-minute test pitting KUIU’s Quix Down against a competitor.
International Down and Feather Laboratory, or IDFL, is one of the world's foremost authorities on testing down and other filled textile insulations. The outdoor industry throws around terms like loft, fill power, down percentage, and DWR, but what do those terms tell us? Educate yourself before purchasing so that you know what you are getting.
What is fill power, and why does it matter? IDFL’s Matt Lieber reveals how a Fill Power test works with real-world tests of KUIU’s Quixdown versus a competitor, and explains why higher fill power is better for high performance and reduced weight.
IDFL’s Matt Lieber explains how a Composition and Species Analysis works, showing a real-world analysis of KUIU’s Quix Down. Matt lays out why you care whether your jacket is made of goose or duck down, and why the down cluster percentage tells you about the quality and cleanliness of your jacket’s down fill.
By layering the Peloton base and mid layers a variety of ways, they can take you from the start of the season, to the very end.
Getting in shape for a hunt doesn’t come easy—you train for it. Introducing a new line-up of apparel built for those that train as hard as they hunt.
Shaun Ayers discusses the advantages of using different technical fabrics in each panel of a garment, and what hunting situations call for this advanced hybridized design in the field.