Beretta Outlander Jacket

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Beretta Outlander Jacket

Postby vbirddogs » Mon Dec 09, 2013 10:43 am

Well, my ole' 22yr. Browning Jacket is slowly giving up the ghost. Looking for a new jacket. Anyone have any experience with the Beretta Outlander Waterfowl Jacket?

I found one for a good price.

I don't like a jacket that's too thick, would rather layer underneath. And, love lots of pockets.
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Re: Beretta Outlander Jacket

Postby quack-attack » Mon Dec 09, 2013 12:11 pm

In my opinion the columbia 4-1 series, either the widgeon or the full length parka cannot be beat. they just last really well and they are truly waterproof.
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Re: Beretta Outlander Jacket

Postby pinseeker » Mon Dec 09, 2013 5:47 pm

quack-attack wrote:In my opinion the columbia 4-1 series, either the widgeon or the full length parka cannot be beat. they just last really well and they are truly waterproof.



I have the Columbia Widgeon and its the best jacket I have ever owned! :thumbsup:
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Re: Beretta Outlander Jacket

Postby Calikev » Mon Dec 09, 2013 6:08 pm

22 years with one jacket.........why would you consider anything else?

I would go with another Browning. I'm a big fan of their apparel as everything I have had from them has been quality.
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Re: Beretta Outlander Jacket

Postby vbirddogs » Mon Dec 09, 2013 9:55 pm

Calikev,

I know, it's hard not to just buy another one. The one I have is a 3 in 1 and wasn't cheap back then. But, it's pretty much lost it's water proof abilities; even when I treat it. It's still great for those days it's not wet, but I need something for those really wet, yukky days. (Plus I shoot Browning BPS's...I'm a pump guy). Everyone who posted really likes those Columbia Widgeon jackets, and my hunting partner got one last year and he really likes it; especially with that life-time warranty.

I guess I'll keep looking for another Browning, and I've got my eye on a Columbia Widgeon in the meantime. Thanks everyone for your input.
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