In 2020 we ran a raffle to raise funds for the NZ Tahr Foundation so they could fight back against the governments plans for a mass Tahr cull. Watch as the winners and Hunting Guide Dan Rossiter battle the conditions in search of trophy Bull Tahr.
Animals don't see the way we do, in fact the world looks very different through a deer's eyes. After hundreds of hours of research, we set out to produce a new style of camouflage backed by the science of animal vision. Here's the key things you need to know to keep hidden on your next hunt.
Broady, our Head of Product Design, gives a rundown of our boot range to make the choice simple. Having the right boot for your terrain can be the difference between calling it a day early, and pushing further than ever before.
In 2017 we found out about the horrors that were involved in the feather down industry to make the worlds puffer jackets, sleeping bags, and pillows. We wanted no part in animal torture so used a synthetic substitute until we found a responsible down we could trust.
As a professional rugby player and life long hunter, Ben May knows better than anyone that a week in the hills is comparable to the rigors of being a professional athlete. That's why he, and the Hunters Element design team have developed a compression base layer range that is built to maximise performance, muscle recovery, and body temperature regulation for the hunting athlete.
Founder Robert Wilson takes us inside the journey he took to transform Hunters Element into an environmentally conscious and sustainable company. Robert gives exclusive insight into what motivates him and the company as a whole to continually look to decrease our carbon footprint at every level.
BJ Holdsworth encounters some big ol wild bulls in the Australian Outback. These bulls are recognised as game animals in the South Pacific and are notorious for attacking humans. Stalking and accuracy are super important on dangerous bowhunt like this.
Hunters Element are extremely proud to be partnered with Toa Hunter Gatherer for season two in 2018. This year Toa’s journey is taking things to the next level with bigger hunts in more extreme places, while sharing his unique hunting practices, family values and cultural heritage.