I bought your trail lights at the 2010 hunt expo in SLC UT. I used them that fall on an muzzleloader elk hunt. My friend shot a massive five point in the early evening and after quartering it was dark and two miles back to camp. My friends were using a headlam and one had lights in the bill of his hat. I was using a headlamp plus one of my trail lights. I soon discovered the headlamp was useless so I shut it off. My friend that was using the lights in the billof his hat was having a rough time keeping the trail illuminated in front of him. He made the statement that he could see the trail in front of me better because my light was brighter. It was at this time I loaned him my second trail light. I was so impressed with how the light stayed in position and didnt move around. My friends were also impressed with the zippered pocket on my bino cover. I was so impressed with the trail lights that I bought two more sets at the hunt expo last weekend. I will be putting one set in my fishing bag and tone of the others Iam using for a book light at night so I don't disturb my wife. I am anxiously awaiting your new range finder cover. Gary Dobyns Mule Deer Volunteer and outdoorsman
I just wanted to catch up with the Crooked Horn Team and report on my last trip. A couple of friends and I went on a ride last weekend and ended up on The Rim of The Grand Canyon. We used Crooked Horn Gear.. The Trailblazer II was used while riding Motorcycles to carry everything from Fix-a Flat to gloves , Toilet paper and our Lunches (which we ate on the rim of the canyon)..
Bino-Shield was also used to keep our Binoculars Dust free while riding the 35 miles in and the 35 miles back out.. You don't have to hunt to appreciate the Quality Product that Crooked Horn Produces; however if you do hunt as well as enjoy weekend getaways during other times of the year Crooked Horn Gear can enhance those Trips as well..
Thanks for producing Quality Gear that does Double Duty for me and My Friends !! Lennis – Keep up the Hard work!!!!