I grew up hunting and fishing in western NY. Freezing cold to the bone is the normal there. Every November I return to Deer hunt with my family and friends. The clothing you will require depends on the type of hunting you plan on doing, slow walking, still hunting, stand hunting etc. Conditions such as temperature, wind, rain/snow and duration of your hunt that day also will have influence on gear.My typical clothing for a mix of still hunting and stand hunting consist of a base layer of thin Polypropylene long under ware liners, top and bottom. Over that is the military weight polypropylene long under ware. Next is a Patagonia mid weight fleece pullover that has the ability to unsnap three buttons at the top for venting. Over all of this goes my Cabelas Gortex-Thinsulate bibs and coat. Up top I usually wear a watch cap that pulls down into a mask and the coat has a hood. On my feet are polypropylene sock liners and Wigwam El-Pine wool socks inside 400 gram Gortex/Thinsulate Danner boots. Along with this I use wool fingerless gloves and a thinsulate fleece hand muff. Also carried is a biscuit type hand warmer, I never could keep one of those JonE ones lit.Thats for the regular snow 0 to 25 degree weather days. If its colder I add heavier fleece long under ware in place of the military weight ones, and either add 300 weight fleece socks over my wool/poly ones, or I just wear my -100 degree Sorel snow packs. If the temp is up or if it rains I just lighten as necessary to the point of shedding all but the poly liners, and wearing a fleece button shirt and German military wool pants. One thing always remains the same, polypropylene liners and long under ware, it gets the moisture away from your body and moisture is what makes you uncomfortable and sick. Just remember to adjust your clothing during the day so you don't break a sweat. Carry food with you that will maintain your body heat as you hunt. Trail mix with little or no chocolate is the best, energy bars are good also along with some hard candy. Candy bars and jerky are for after the hunt, along with an excessive amount of adult beverages.Did I leave anything out?