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Discover the Ultimate Outdoor Protection: Sawyer Permethrin Insect Repellent

Few things are more frustrating than being covered in bug bites after a day outside. The constant itchiness, finding ticks crawling on you and the potential diseases these insects carry can make you want to avoid the outdoors altogether. I used to think that bug spray was the only solution to combat ticks and mosquitoes, but I discovered a game-changing product: Sawyer Permethrin Insect Repellent Treatment for Clothing, Gear and Tents.

Ticks here in northern Utah are usually the worst during snowmelt through mid-July, and if you are anything like me, you spend these next few summer months fly fishing, hiking and camping. Ticks, mosquitoes and biting bugs are a top reason to ruin anyone’s fun in the great outdoors, but after using Sawyer Permethrin to treat my boots, clothes and gear, I was amazed by the results. For the first time, I returned from my trips free of bug bites and ticks.

Continue reading to learn more about protecting yourself with Sawyer Permethrin, written by NWFT.

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July 1, 2024

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Sawyer has an alternative [to DEET] made with Picaridin, which works just as well without spoiling your clothes.

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Zinzi Edmundson, the founder of Treehouse newsletter, who gardens in Maine, suggests spraying your shoes, especially (she uses Sawyer’s permethrin).

Laura Fenton
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I carry bottles of water, but I also have a Sawyer squeeze water filter. Also, if it’s cold, make sure you sleep with your water filter in your sleeping bag, so it doesn’t freeze.

Shilletha Curtis