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Hey guys I'm looking into getting a waterfowl jacket for this season. My hang up is whether or not to buy a wading jacket or a regular length coat. Do they make a big difference? It would be nice to be able to buy a coat for all purposes, but the regular coats just seem like they are too long for wading, which I do alot of. Any help would be great.
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C O L U M B I A!! The jacket I got is waist length. Either way I just tuck it in my waders. I love my jacket.
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I really like my Cabela's brush buster. Very dry and very warm. Lots of pockets to put all my stuff.
Its on sale right now too.
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My Browning jacket has not missed a beat and she's going on her fourth season this year still looks brand new after 10 or so washings. Also ebay has great buys on these duck coats as well I saved at least 150 dollars buying mine there which ever brand you choose.
Columbia is a great jacket as well. My partner has had one as long as I have had the browning and they both have held up great because we have put them thruogh the test that for sure.
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