One of Hunt To Eat's very own designers hails from the great state of Kansas. When given the task of creating a new design he was all over it. He recounted "Whitetail Deer and Pheasant are definitely the most popular. I'm thinking of those two in the left half of the state incorporated with milo and wheat. For the right half of the state I'm thinking Flint Hills with Prairie Chickens, Turkeys, and a Flathead Catfish. Not a ton of people hunt Prairie Chickens but they are pretty unique to Kansas and I think they have a higher population in Kansas than anywhere else. The world-record flathead is from Kansas and people target those pretty hardcore. Turkeys seem to beat out waterfowl in popularity and are more prevalent in the Eastern half of the state."
Well, there you have it! Kansas has a lot to offer both hunter and anglers.
The fabric is a blend of 60% combed cotton and 40% polyester that is soft out-of-the-box with ideal stretch for maximum comfort and fit. Printing uses a water-based technique generating a design that is soft and pliable after one wash with no cracking over time and minimal environmental impact compared to typical petroleum-based printing processes.