50 Best Hunting Website Designs

A common theme in the hunting industry…

Danner Boots

I wanted to search for 50 of what I considered to be the most well designed hunting Websites. What I found is that hunting business owners and managers like dark graphics and backgrounds. There is a lot of reverse type (light text on dark background).

Some of the sites I liked the most put their product images front and center. I loved how companies actually showed their products – from many angles too – rather than highlighting text. Descriptive copy definitely has its place, but I seemed to find the ones with expert design and imagery the most intriguing.

Summary

What’s Popular

  • Dark Backgrounds
  • Reverse Font
  • Big Images

Good Elements

  • Big Images
  • 3D Look
  • Light Backgrounds (Danner is my favorite)

Let’s take a closer look at the 50 best hunting Websites

Bowhunting.com

Visit the site – Bowhunting.com

Bowhunting

New Archery Products

Visit the site – New Archery Products

New Archery Products

Mathews Inc.

Visit the site – Mathews Inc.

Visit the Shopping site – Shop Mathews

Mathews

Native Hunt

Visit the site – Native Hunt

Native Hunt

My Outdoor TV

Visit the site – My Outdoor TV

My Outdoor TV

Buffalo County Outfitters

Visit the site – Buffalo County Outfitters

Buffalo County Outfitters

Trophy Ridge

Visit the site – Trophy Ridge

Trophy Ridge

Bear Archery

Visit the site – Bear Archery Products

Bear Archery

LL Bean

Visit the site – LL Bean

LL Bean

Lone Wolf Stands

Visit the site – Lone Wolf Stands

Lone Wolf

Buck Knives

Visit the site – Buck Knives

Buck Knives

Field & Stream Brand

Visit the site – Field and Stream Brand

Field and Stream Brand

Robinson Outdoors

Visit the site – Robinson Outdoors

Scentblocker

Heartland Lodge Hunting

Visit the site – Heartland Lodge Hunting

Heartland Lodge

Base Camp Legends

Visit the site – Base Camp Legends

Base Camp Legends

Addicted to Hunting

Visit the site – Addicted to Hunting

Addicted to Hunting

Elk Creek Outfitting

Visit the site – Elk Creek Outfitting

Elk Creek Outfitting

Danner

Visit the site – Danner Boots

Danner

Orvis

Visit the site – Orvis

Orvis

Stormy Kromer

Visit the site – Stormy Kromer

Stormy Kromer

Beman

Visit the site – Beman

Beman

Gander Mountain

Visit the site – Gander Mountain

Gander Mountain

Remington

Visit the site – Remington Gunmaker

Remington

Winchester

Visit the site – Winchester Ammunition

Winchester

Hornady

Visit the site – Hornady Ammunition

Hornady

Leupold

Visit the site – Leupold Optics

Leupold

Federal Ammunition

Visit the site – Federal Ammunition

Federal Ammo

Beretta USA

Visit the site – Beretta USA

Beretta

Easton Archery

Visit the site – Easton Archery

Easton

Carbon Express

Visit the site – Carbon Express

Carbon Express

Rivers Edge Treestands

Visit the site – Rivers Edge Treestands

Rivers Edge

Stealth Cam

Visit the site – Stealth Cam Digital Scouting Camera

Stealth Cam

Cuddeback

Visit the site – Cuddeback Digital Scouting Cameras

Cuddeback

ScentLok

Visit the site – ScentLok

ScentLok

Duck Commander

Visit the site – Duck Commander

Duck Commander

Under Armour

Visit the site – Under Armour – Athletes Hunt

Under Armour Athletes Hunt

Rich-N-Tone Calls

Visit the site – RNT Calls

Rich N Tone Calls

Surefire

Visit the site – Surefire

Surefire

The American Outdoorsman

Visit the site – The American Outdoorsman

American Outdoorsman

Versus Country

Visit the site – Versus Country

Versus

Peterson’s Hunting

Visit the site – Peterson’s Hunting

Peterson's Hunting

Field & Stream

Visit the site – Field & Stream

Field and Stream

High Adventure Ranch

Visit the site – High Adventure Ranch

High Adventure Ranch

Outdoor Life

Visit the site – Outdoor Life

Outdoor Life

Muskoka Outdoors

Visit the site – Muskoka Outdoors

Muskoka Outdoors

Tink’s

Visit the site – Tink’s Buck Lures

Tink's

Leatherman

Visit the site – Leatherman Multi-tools

Leatherman

Rocky

Visit the site – Rocky Shoes and Boots

Rocky Boots

Bushnell

Visit the site – Bushnell

Bushnell

Michael Waddell

Visit the site – Michael Waddell

Michael Waddell

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Dayne Shuda

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14 thoughts on “50 Best Hunting Website Designs”

  1. What a great line-up! I especially love the Buck Knives design. I’m glad to see someone other than a designer putting out a post like this. Show that not only artistic designer folks appreciate great designs. Thanks for sharing these 🙂

  2. Great post Dayne. I aspire to someday have Wired To Hunt make the list! It’s amazing how much influence a great/bad design can make on a users experience with your site.

  3. I like the design of Arkansas Outdoors Online, Charlie. Thanks for sharing.

    It follows a similar theme as some of my other favorites above – outdoor feel with the fence-like background and old paper overlay images. Very cool.

    Plus I love the white background behind the text. It makes it easy to read.

    I like the tips you have in the blog too. Especially the post Wildlife Photography Tip: Rule of Thirds

  4. I have to agree… I visit the Buck Knives site regularly and it is one of the best designs I have seen. The banner ad is really cool on the actual site itself… Here is another recently re-designed site that you should check out… http://www.sharppocketknives.com/. I’d be interested in your feedback.

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  6. As a web designer, I get to see things from both sides of the fence. What looks good to humans, yes the sites above are very impressive looking, hurts the search engine efforts of the site. What improves search engine optimization, is actually poor for human consumption. You have to serve two masters, humans and search engines. Web designers are being pressed more and more into striking a balance between what the customer wants, what the search engines want and what works.

  7. Good list of sites – all very clean. I’m surprised you included free open source templates with minimal changes but that’s the power of open source nowadays, always getting better.

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