Here's your answer below! The top brands of hunting accessories sold direct to consumer:
KUIU hunting gear is a direct to consumer brand founded by former NFL player Jason Hairston, who had a “vision to bring the lightest and highest performance technical fabrics and designs directly to customers through a radically transparent business model,” according to KUIU’s About page. KUIU hunting apparel is made for every season, and includes shirts,...
Cutco is a direct to consumer knives and cutlery brand with a product line of kitchen knives, utensils, shears, flatware, cookware, sporting knives, and more. Headquartered in Olean, New York, the brand sells its premium cutlery and products through in-home demonstrations, events, and a growing number of retail stores (14, at the time of our review).
We find and research the best hunting accessories from brands that deliver exceptional value by selling their products direct to consumer.
First, we determine the brands of hunting accessories that meet our definition of direct to consumer.
Next, we choose the best brands that offer the most value by delivering (1) the lowest prices to consumers, or (2) premium benefits for standard prices, or (3) both. It’s rare to find brands that deliver both the lowest prices and the most benefits, but we do occasionally find them!
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