COVINGTON, Ga. -(Ammoland.com)- Dead Down Wind, the leader in scent control for outdoorsmen, is excited to announce the Natural Woods family of products for eliminating a broad spectrum of odors with the calming scent of the autumn woods.
Getting winded by big bucks is a thing of the past as this comprehensive system enables hunters to blend in and become part of the woods environment while the exclusive Enzyme Scent Prevent Technology eliminates human, food, exhaust, smoke, pet, foot and contact odors.
The all New Natural Woods scent is now available in Dead Down Wind’s most trusted formulations. Start the process on laundry day with the calming woods scent found in 3D+ Laundry Detergent, available in both 16 and 32 fluid ounce bottles.
Dual purpose dryer sheets eliminate alerting odors, also found in Natural Woods scent. Laundry Detergent will be $6.99 MSRP for the 16-ounce size and $13.99 for 32-ounces. Dryer Sheets will be $6.99 MSRP.
For in-field applications, the Natural Woods scent will be available in 12 and 24 ounce field spray bottles, and a 12-ounce combination option including a 32-ounce refill to make a total of 44 ounces. Guarantee success with Dead Down Wind’s 20-pack of field wash cloths as an extra layer of scent control.
Field Spray will have MSRPs of $10.69 for the 12-ounce bottle, $14.99 for the 24-ounce bottle and $14.99 for the combination. Field Wash Cloths with Natural Woods scent will have an MSRP of $7.99.
Dead Down Wind’s Natural Woods products will be available Spring 2017.
After a successful hunt, count on Dead Down Wind to help take care of your game and keep you clean with the new Aftermath Field Dressing Kit.
When the real work of a hunt begins, this kit includes field wipes for cleaning hands or preparing your trophy for photos, a heart and liver bag with closure for bagging organ meat, wrist and shoulder length gloves, two E2 rinse-free scent-prevent soaps for cleaning up, and field dressing instructions written by industry pros. Available Spring 2017 for $5.99 MSRP.
Also new for 2017, take your odor elimination game to the next level. Dead Down Wind has combined their time tested Evolve 3D+ field formula with Arcus Hunting’s Bag-in-Can technology. The result is a fine mist that is 100 percent pure odor eliminating formula.
The Mister can spray from any angle and will eliminate odors in every small crease of your technical hunting garments. Bag-In-Can tech uses no chemical propellants, ensuring the Dead Down Wind formula is in its most effective, non-diluted form.
Available in 5oz and 12oz versions, the continuous spray will guarantee total coverage and your best chance at beating the nose of your quarry. Look for them in Spring 2017 for $6.29 MSRP for the 5-ounce can and $10.69 for the 12-ounce.
See the full lineup of products from Dead Down Wind in the Arcus Hunting booth at ATA (booth #5331) and SHOT Show (booth #11019).
About Dead Down Wind:
Dead Down Wind is a leading scent control brand, with products specifically formulated to reduce odor signatures to the lowest possible level. DDW’s science-based broad spectrum approach offers the widest range of predator cue protection in scent control. From deodorizing laundry detergent that breaks down biofilms and blood stains to scent-eliminating personal care products to field sprays that further eliminate telltale odors, DDW offers a broad range of category leading products. DDW is based in Missouri.
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About Arcus Hunting:
Arcus Hunting is an acquisition and organic growth platform seeking to build a strong portfolio of leading brands in the bowhunting and archery category. Through its brands, Tink’s, Dead Down Wind, Obsession Bows, Ramcat, Trophy Taker and Big Game Butter, Arcus markets and manufactures a range of leading deer lures, attractants, scent control products, premium bows, arrow rests, broadheads, replacement blades, quivers, and other archery accessories.
For more information about these brands or products visit their website.
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