It seems that as long as I have been seriously been hunting, I have been using the great products from Crooked Horn Outfitters. I started out with the popular Bino System, having been using the Horn Wraps to keep all of my tags sorted and I carried a Crooked Horn Pack when guiding. Now, I will be carrying a new product from Lennis Janzen and the great minds at Crooked Horn Outfitters and these babies are going to be a staple of my gear for years to come.
The New Crooked Horn Trail Lights are ingenious and I have been using them for the last several months. The set of Trail Lights come with two small LED Lights each and they last 30 hours on a single charge and come with a back up set of batteries.
These lights are simple and incredibly functional and for a price of $29.99 they just cannot be beat. These lights clip on to your shirt pocket, they clip on to your pack straps, they come in a pair so one can be aimed up and one can be aimed down so when you are climbing your tree stand you can see both your feet and your hands while climbing up into the treestand. The pair of Trail Lights come in a set with a replacement set of batteries which can be extremely handy when needed.
I took the lights fishing to the Outer Banks and standing on the beach night fishing for Striper, these little lights were an absolute godsend. I used them to see my fishing line easily when tying on lures or baiting the hooks for surf fishing. I wore the lights clipped to my shirt pocket and when I was in the tent, they were easy to clip on to the top of the tent and I had enough light to see everything that I needed while in the tent and they even work as a book light or map light when needed in camp.
These little lights produce just enough light to effectively see what you need to see and are not so bright that they blind anyone. The lights can be easily rotated and moved around to provide direct light where you need it. They do not replace a great flashlight but they are one of the handiest little lights that I have found. I have clipped them on to the inside of my pack so I could easily fish out gear that I need when in the blind.
These are great lights and I recommend them as one more simple tool to add to your gear.