Weedwacker wrote:Base layer of quality item, then light fleece, then...
mudpack wrote:The Sitka Kelvin looks like a nice jacket, but I can't find anywhere that it's waterproof.
I did find this in one Amazon ad: Dry: Tumble-dry warm. The heat from the dryer will help reactivate the durable water repellent (DWR) treatment on your garment's outer fabric.
So, perhaps it is water-repellent after all. BUT, that's not waterproof.
Rick Hall wrote:Another layer guy, here, but the warmest (and waterproof) outer layer I've owned is a Rivers West Backcountry jacket. I'll also add that fleece vests of varying thickness are my insulation mid layers of choice, because they don't get in the way gun mounting like sleeved layers.
duckie boy wrote:All of you are awesome .Thanks allot .I've looked into all the suggestions and I must say this columbia widgeon parka is the bomb.That is from what I've read. It's called the sportswear super wader widgeon hunting parka . waterproof with a down liner.Fill power 700. Priced @ $800. e-bay has it for $ 399. Check it out .
MassDecoyCarver wrote:Sounds like a great jacket,..but.... for one priced at $800 I wouldn't think you'd need anything else under it !
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