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SneakyHunter Bootlamps Have Many Applications

The following is a press release from SneakyHunter Bootlamps:

SNEAKHUNTER BOOTLAMPS have hit the marketplace. If you haven’t heard of them, you soon will.

The SneakyHunter Bootlamps are an ingenious invention. They are a bootlamp that straps onto your boots to illuminate the trail as you walk. They come with three modes of lighting:

  1. White light.
  2. Red light
  3. Violet light

The white light works great for walking down trails. The red light does the same, but is added to prevent spooking game when you approach your hunting spot. Elk and deer cannot see red wavelengths of light. The violet light works better than the conventional UV light for tracking blood trails. The violet blood tracking light is custom made/exclusive and uses a unique wavelength of light in the violet spectrum.

They also make a Hiking BootLamp which also has three modes. Red and green light prevents eye strain during extended periods of time and the green light is excellent for hog hunters because hogs cannot see green wavelengths of light:

  1. White light
  2. Red light
  3. Green light

The bootlamps have many applications. Sneaking into your blind, hiking up the mountain before daylight into your elk hunting spot, hiking down a trail in the dark, walking the dog, or even going outside to bring in firewood.

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Entrepreneurs and outdoorsmen Jim & Annette Manroe saw the need to develop a new lighting system. When hiking in predawn to hunt, they’d hear a noise and turn their head to look and naturally their headlamp would follow and flash the elk and spook them. MSRP $69.95 sneakyhuntercom

SPECS:
Operates on 3 AAA batteries
Wt. with batteries 2.7 oz.
150 Lumens
70 hr. battery life
Hands free operation

If you’re attending the Hunter’s Extravaganza in Ft. Worth August 9-11, circle by booth #27 F623 and say hi to Jim & Annette and check out their SneakyHunter BootLamps.

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