O.D.Lid wrote:My wife bought a black hoodie for me last christmas. It was the wrong one, it came with a note that they were out of the one she ordered so they shipped one they had & it is the thinnest material of any hoodie i have. that's my only experence with banded gear.
rabbitdundied wrote: I use my mojos in places I don't want birds to land.
Black Smoke wrote:Agree! He is a poser in my opinion and I guarantee he doesn't scout for his birds, probably sits on the couch and waits on a call saying.... "We have birds you wanna rep. our hunt club"?!
Black Smoke wrote:To add to that, I bet myself (group) and a lot of other groups out there could put him to shame just hunting like normal waterfowlers that put in the sweat equity or scout hard to be on that "X". It just drives me nuts the politics in the waterfowl industry but then again you'll get that with anything but seriously, I would like someone to give me the opportunity to travel the country and reimburse me for fuel, food, housing and pay for all my gear. Im sure that is what happens! Really, I wouldn't mind paying for any of it but I could prove that waterfowling is not about traveling the country waiting on calls then throwing the gear in a field and getting a limit everyday. There is more to hunting than that. Oklahoma Greenhead you got me all revved up! hahah
Black Smoke wrote:Very cheap stuff. Just another brand how I consider it. In the waterfowling industry you get what you pay for but in the case of Banded Gear you don't. Go with Drake or Columbia I've hunted in 30 degree temps on an all day sit with drake waders and eqwader quarter zip with freezing rain and stayed dry all day and comfortable. As for Columbia I have a full zip fleece that is great as well but not as good as Drake. Some people think it is paying for the name but just grab anything Drake and you will be very happy with your purchase.
quacknstack6 wrote:L&L is right
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