Hear from Brent Pike how his passion for upland bird hunting and an inability to find the gear he wanted to use led to the evolution of Pyke Gear.
As Brent Pike explains it, Pyke gear was born out of necessity. A lifelong outdoorsman with a passion for upland bird hunting he was continually looking for gear to wear into the uplands that seemingly did not exist. Be it too heavy, not breathable or simply unable to withstand the abuse of the uplands, Brent could not find the right combination of quality and function. So, like any entrepreneurial-minded person would, he set out to solve the problem himself. Fast forward a few years and Pyke Gear has already earned its place in the uplands and continues to build a respected reputation among hunters.
ENTER TO WIN | Pyke Gear Wingman Vest and Garmin Xero S1 Clayshooting Trainer
While the brand continues to innovate and add new products to its line, it is currently home to a swath of upland specific apparel and accessories from pants and shirts to socks, gloves and vests. Tune in to this episode of the Project Upland Podcast to learn more about the performance upland gear from Pyke Gear and don’t miss our giveaway courtesy of Brent Pike and Garmin!
About | Pyke Gear
“Pyke Gear was born out of necessity. Having been an outdoorsman his whole life, brand creator, Brent Pike has worn (and worn out) twenty year’s worth of all the popular upland garments. Pyke Gear is here to replace the waxed cotton jackets, heavy pants, and wool shirts you’ve seen in magazine shoots for the past 30 years. Traveling Wingshooters and upland hunters have not been given the option of 21st century materials that are as versatile as they are comfortable. Pyke Gear was developed from thousands of boot steps in hot, cold, windy and rainy weather across North America. Now you will have the clothing designed by modern hunters with world class fabrics that will deliver an even greater bird hunting experience.”
Instagram | @pykegear
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Nick Larson is the host and creator of the Project Upland Podcast. He and his family, which includes a pair of English setters, reside in Duluth, Minnesota. Naturally, his favorite pursuit is upland bird hunting. From the northern forests of the upper great lakes to the prairies of the west, he chases adventure across the uplands wherever his bird dogs and the people he meets inspire him to go.