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Can't say I feel the same way. I will say I was surprised when Cabela's was taken over by Bass Pro. Its a better option than going bankrupt and loosing another outdoor store. Johnny Morris is for the outdoorsman and the lifestyle. The company supports many organizations that help our lifestyle. I've never had any issues with Bass Pro or Cabela's. I'll continue to support them as well as other stores that support the outdoor lifestyle.
 

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Still have a Goretex, wool, thinsulate rain suite in Tree Camo from the early 80's will is still in very good condition a lighter weight rain pant and top which is very good from mid 2000 which is very good.

However, I got a rain suit in the early 80's wore it one full day and got soaked I think it was dry plus. I do wear it for short times out in the rain and it is OK.

Also over the years I have bought A LOT and no problem yet however, I have purchased very little in the last 5-7 years.
 

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Can't say I feel the same way. I will say I was surprised when Cabela's was taken over by Bass Pro. Its a better option than going bankrupt and loosing another outdoor store. Johnny Morris is for the outdoorsman and the lifestyle. The company supports many organizations that help our lifestyle. I've never had any issues with Bass Pro or Cabela's. I'll continue to support them as well as other stores that support the outdoor lifestyle.
Cabela鈥檚 wasn鈥檛 going bankrupt, a hedge fund bought an 11% stake in the company and forced it to be sold to Bass Pro Shops. When the stock shot up in response to the merger they cashed out for $90 million but the damage was done.
 

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YES! I still have 2 of those turtlenecks. They are a * to put on because they don't stretch at all, but they are great once you get them on.
We bought a couple of those wind-blocking pullover sweaters too. You're right ^^^ they ARE a brute to pull on - but they really block the wind!!! Warm as you could ask for. Too bad they aren't available anymore.
 

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Try Meindl USA they are Sidney Nebraska Cabelas former employees. The Cabelas Perfek hunter is now the Comfort Hunter. I buy from them and the boots are true Meindl.
I looked there. Their boots max out at 600gram insulation, mine are 800. Their prices are nearly double what I paid for the Cabela's version. I may have to bite the bullet and try theirs. Here's mine.


Durango boot Serveware Human leg Pattern Work boots
 
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