HUNTING WITH LENZ!

All hunters know that a successful day of hunting consists of more than just catching the prey. Apart from the hunting itself, other important aspects include the walk through the wild, the enjoyment of peace and quiet, the freedom of nature, and pleasure in the sport.

Anyone who has been out in the wind and cold, on the move or sitting tight in a shelter, knows that outdoor activities are only fun with the right equipment – Lenz offers the ideal products for this.

lenz heating products jagd


PROBLEMS THAT CAN OCCUR WHILE HUNTING IN COLD WEATHER:

REDUCED ATTENTIVENESS

If you are freezing while sat down or standing, your attentiveness sinks and you become more noticeable for the game, even if you are just trying to
keep your fingers and toes warm by “fidgeting”.

CONCENTRATION DECLINES

Freezing is not only unpleasant, it also limits the success of the hunt if you are shooting with shaky hands.

RISK OF A COLD RISES

You risk a cold from sitting/standing still for a long time

ENDURANCE AND MOTIVATION FALLS

The day’s hunting will come to a premature end if the hunter is too cold

beheizte produkte fuer die jagd



THE LENZ SOLUTION FOR COLD PROBLEMS:

heat sock 4.0 toe cap



set of heat sock 4.0 toe cap + 
lithium pack rcB 1200

Warm feet thanks to built-in heating element in the area of the forefoot and the toes.
The three heat levels can be manually regulated via a press button on the lithium pack.

Frankonia has tested our heat socks - HERE is the video!




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heat vest




set of heat vest 1.0 + lithium pack rcB 1800

In the heat vest, two textile heating elements are integrated, which supply the body with heat at the sensitive
places in the kidney and back area. The vest fits closely to the body. This produces a perfect fit with direct
heat transfer. The energy is supplied from high-quality lithium packs, which are placed below the ribs.  




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steuerung lenz heat app


THESE PRODUCTS ROUND OFF THE LENZ JAGD RANGE:

space dryer

Space Dryer 1.0

Dries shoes, textiles, and gloves
energy-efficiently in a short time

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performance ranger
Performance Ranger

Military socks with high wool content

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first layer 5.0 merinoFirst Layer 5.0 Merino

La laine mérinos réchauffe extraordinairement, est respirable,
hautement élastique, légère et sèche vite

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Professionals are thrilled:

thomas dillenberger mit lenz space dryer











HUNTER, THOMAS DILLENBERGER

The space dryer 1.0 got into action and dried the hunting
boots in record time. »more

   

martin blanke mit lenz heat sock







JÄGER, MARTIN BALKE

The fact that I am not freezing any more is not only
luxury but also to preserve my health.
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max goetzfried mit lenz heat vest

JÄGER, MAX GÖTZFRIED

"The lithium packs are variable to use and can be
charged with the same charger" »more

 


DEFYING THE WINTER - THE TRICKS OF WILD ANIMALS


1.  COOLING DOWN

Marmots have a very special “energy-saving concept” for the winter: their body temperature sinks
to approx. three to eight degrees, the pulse slows down by two to four beats per minute. Every two
weeks the bloodstream is reactivated to prevent damage to the nerve cells. During this time
they ingest food.


2. DRESSING WARM

The otter neither becomes dormant nor hibernates. It therefore protects itself against cold with
its extremely thick hair covering – on the area of a thumbnail, there is room for 50,000 otter
hairs, and the stored cushion of air provides additional warmth.


3. DRESSING WARM

Boars flock together in winter to keep each other warm.
The thick layer of fat and the air chambers in the undercoat provide additional insulation.


4. DIGGING IN

In winter, cold-blooded organisms such as frogs, newts, or toads have no way
to keep their body-temperature constant. They therefore dig into frost-free spaces such as the
mud in bodies of water or into burrows.


5. DRAINING

Insects, such as the brimstone butterfly, for example, or the ladybird have a particularly sophisticated
method of withstanding the winter. They drain their bodies by concentrating body fluids
and producing glycerine that lowers the freezing point of body fluids.
This way they can survive frosty temperatures of down to minus 20 degrees.


6. FREELOADING

The beech marten takes the easiest approach of all – it prefers to spend the winter in the proximity
of people, because it is warm and dry in the attic, and the feed chamber is full.   


7. FLYING AWAY

Migratory birds use a completely different strategy – they fly south and leave the cold behind.