“As a deer biologist and avid whitetail hunter, I know unquestionably that a deer’s best defense is its nose,” stated Dr. Woods. “In fact, understanding how good a deer is at detecting a full range of scents makes me place as much emphasis on limiting all foreign odors from me and my gear as I place on scouting and practicing for deer season. Dead Down Wind’s system of limiting scent from the laundry, personal hygiene, and field applications is what I count on to allow me to keep from alerting mature bucks. Using the complete Dead Down Wind system is a critical component in preparing for a successful day in the deer stand.”
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About Dead Down Wind®:
Dead Down Wind® is a premium supplier of quality scent prevention products and D2W Guide Gear designed to help outdoor enthusiasts become more successful in the field. Dead Down Wind® revolutionized the scent control industry through the development of a bio-engineered process known as ESP™ (Enzyme Scent Prevention). Unlike cover sprays that can only attempt to mask foreign odors or carbon clothing that only attempts to contain it. Dead Down Winds enzymes go well beyond the scope of typical antimicrobials in both effectiveness and the range of odors controlled.