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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-02-2009, 11:17 PM Thread Starter
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Best Hunting coat

Looking to replace my four in one Rocky Hunting jacket because it is too bulky & heavy. Even though it keeps me warm & is rain proof it, I would like to get something less bulky & lightweight.

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-02-2009, 11:41 PM
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Re: Best Hunting coat

check out rutwear... they have early season, mid season and late season gear so you can pick and choose what you think you need and it is top of the line gear...

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I love Sitka Gear but it's pricey.
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post #4 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-20-2009, 03:33 PM
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Re: Best Hunting coat

I bought the Rivers West Sawtooth parka this year. It's light weight and wind proof. I really like it and also bought the pants. It came from Shydas in Lebanon...Jeff
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Re: Best Hunting coat

One word: WOOL!

GO for Benoit's beagle wear, or a vintage Woolrich. Wool is heavy, but warm and quiet.
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I like the Under Armour clothing line and also like the Cabelas berber fleece line.
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i have a browning 4in1 and like it. lightweight, warm and waterproof and not bulky at all.

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Re: Best Hunting coat

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One word: WOOL!

GO for Benoit's beagle wear, or a vintage Woolrich. Wool is heavy, but warm and quiet.
Have a Pendlton Wool Outfitters Parka...best hunting coat Ive ever owned...bar none!

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Re: Best Hunting coat

After trying alomst every brand of wool out there, I have settled in on King of the Mountain. It's quiet and doesn't scratch like others do. By far the best hunting outfit I've ever owned.

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After trying alomst every brand of wool out there, I have settled in on King of the Mountain. It's quiet and doesn't scratch like others do. By far the best hunting outfit I've ever owned.
I hear their a top notch wool hunting coat.

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